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Cover of: Fed up! | Rick Perry
About the Book

Fed Up! Our Fight to Save America from Washington is a 2010 political non-fiction book authored by Governor of Texas Rick Perry and his senior advisor Chip Roy, published by Little, Brown and Company. It was released shortly after Perry's re-election to a third term as governor. The book analyzes states' rights and the growing role of the federal government, demonstrating Perry's support for federalism. In the book, he argues that state sovereignty was dominant at the founding of the United States, but was lost through time as the federal government overreached through excessive spending, over-taxation and over-regulation. Perry feels that this has led to frustration among the populace, which gave rise to the Tea Party movement. The book charts a course to end the growth of the federal government.

While the book takes aim at the political culture in Washington, D.C., it also promotes the concept of American exceptionalism, particularly in the view that the American people are "fed up" with the nation not realizing its true potential.

This summary is licensed under CC by-SA 3.0 from the Fed Up! Wikipedia page.

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2010, Little, Brown and Co.
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2012, Little, Brown & Co.
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