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'Teavangelicals' Stronger Than Ever, Author Says

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The Tea Party has been a major political force behind shaping the current Congress and choosing the GOP's rising stars. The Christian Broadcasting Network's David Brody says the power behind the Tea Party comes from conservative Christian evangelicals. He talks with host Michel Martin about his recently released book, Teavangelicals.
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