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A Letter to Trump Voters

…ity—are. With high hopes for our future, Ralph Nader A pioneer in consumer advocacy, Ralph Nader was named by Atlantic magazine as one of the 100 most influential figures in American history. Together with Mark Green, the former New York City public a…

Deforming the Law

In an urgent phone call, Ralph Nader described a Republican tort law package that is being “rammed through the House” without proper hearings and almost no attention from the press. Any hearings on the bills have been pro forma, at best. But there ha…

Organization Man

…Michael Payne asked the event’s sponsor, Ralph Nader, about prospects for building a progressive movement. The brief interview was edited for length and clarity. You can also read Payne’s full dispatch from the conference here.   There was a lot of pr…

Tea Party Bullies vs. Progressive Wimps

…y can learn from the very few determined, energetic exceptions within their ranks like the wave-making Congressman Alan Grayson from Florida. Ralph Nader is a consumer advocate, lawyer, author and five-time candidate for president. His most recent boo…

Can the ‘New’ Trumka Trump Trumka?

…y’s coffers. Workers understand the difference between their unions’ political rhetoric and independent political action for their future.   Ralph Nader is a consumer advocate, lawyer, author and five-time candidate for president. His most recent book…

Ralph Nader on Corporate Taxes

…ur November 15 issue, Lou Dubose praises Ralph Nader’s tenth book, The Seventeen Solutions: Bold Ideas for Our American Future. An excerpt from the book: Corporations are truly different from you and me. As humans, we cannot create hundreds of subsidi…

Nader’s New American Century

Three-fourths of the way into Ralph Nader’s new book, The Seventeen Solutions: Bold Ideas for Our American Future, Nader addresses the runaway militarism that is becoming an existential threat to American democracy. Every gun that is made, every wars…

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