Tea time in Washington
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Tea time in Washington

In annual tradition, protesters descend on Washington to demand lower taxes and smaller government on April 15. In Freedom Plaza, the conservative "tea party" activists convened to protest the direction of the Obama administration and rail against what they regard as excessive government spending. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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