After Words with Scott Rasmussen and Doug Schoen
Political pollster Scott Rasmussen and strategist Doug Schoen detail the rise of the tea party movement and argue that it is changing politics in America by introducing what may be the first viable third party in the country’s history. They were interviewed by Bloomberg News columnist and Council of Foreign Relations fellow Amity Shlaes. close
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Scott W. Rasmussen Founder, President & CEO Rasmussen Reports
Douglas "Doug" E. Schoen Political Consultant
Amity Shlaes Syndicated Columnist Bloomberg News
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