In London, Thom Hartmann found and bought the only first-person account of the 1773 Boston Tea Party in existence.
George R. T. Hewes coined the phrase, 'the Boston Tea Party' and authored the history of the party that led to the American colonists' overthrow of the East India Company puppets, their British colonial rulers.
The original tea party was caused by the granting of corporate tax cuts to the biggest corporation in the world, the East India Company. The rulers of the colonies wanted to kill their indigenous colonial competition who were also trying to sell tea against the wishes of the global mega-corporation.
The American experiment in democracy was the result of that revolution.