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- Reporter's Notebook: Was Ralph Nader Stiffed by the Media? - Ralph Nader is one of America's best-known consumer advocates. Last year he was the Green Party nominee for President. He faults the national media, including TV, radio and print, for minimizing his visibility to millions of Americans and for limiting their coverage of him to that of a Gore-spoiler.
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