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Do political protests matter? Evidence from the Tea Party movement

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  • Stan Veuger

    (American Enterprise Institute)

  • Daniel Shoag
  • Andreas Madestam
  • David Yanagizawa-Drott

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Can protests cause political change, or are they merely symptoms of underlying shifts in policy preferences?

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Paper provided by American Enterprise Institute in its series Working Papers with number 36359.

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Date of creation: Dec 2012
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Handle: RePEc:aei:rpaper:36359

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Keywords: Tea Party movement; Protests; AEI Economic Policy Working Paper Series;

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