"It has finally happened: The Tea Party is dead." So writes Matt Kibbe, one of the original organizers of the Tea Party, in "The Tea Party Is Officially Dead. It Was Killed By Partisan Politics." Reason, February 11. Matt gives a nice brief history of its organization, pointing out how decentralized it has always been. I can't say that I'm surprised that it's dead. As soon as it got involved with the Republican Party, it sowed the seeds of its own destruction. But perhaps I shouldn't say "it," precisely because, by its nature, there wasn't an "it." Rather the Tea Party was tens of thousands of people at the grassroots level who were organizing to have some effect at the national policy level. (And, as
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