"Concise, illuminating history...Leahy explains how the modern Tea Party offers a path to recapture the liberties that our constitutional republic was founded to secure."
Richard E. Wagner, professor of economics, George Mason University
"No political movement in recent memory has had the immediate impact of the Tea Party. Leahy lucidly explains both the historical and philosophical roots of the Tea Party, providing a useful guide both to his contemporaries and to future historians."
Ambassador John Bolton
"In Covenant of Liberty, tea party leader Michael Patrick Leahy shows how the tea partiers have reinjected the ideas and principles of the Founding Fathers into political discourse--and the revolutionary effect they have had."
Michael Barone, senior political analyst, Washington Examiner
"An elegantly written and clear-eyed portrait of the centuries-long struggle to constitutionally protect individual liberty from a governing class who would, in the name of of the 'public interest,' harness the power of the state for private gain."
Randy E. Barnett, professor of constitutional law, Georgetown Law Center and author of Restoring the Lost Constitution: The Presumption of Liberty
"Michael Patrick Leahy's Covenant of Liberty is the work of a thoughtful and intelligent figure in the Tea Party movement. Those who support the Tea Parties, and perhaps even more importantly those who don't, will lear a great deal about this new phenomenon from this book."
Alan Brinkley, Columbia University
"From an insider's vantage that few can equal, Michael Patrick Leahy explains what the Tea Party movement believes, and what is next."
Glenn Harlan Reynolds, Beauchamp Brogan Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Tennessee, a.k.a. Instapundit
"You won't really understand American 2012 politics unless you know what's in this book."
Richard Viguerie, Chairman, ConservativeHQ.com
You can see Michael Patrick Leahy's appearance on MSNBC's Morning Joe here: