Ralph Nader

political activist, author, lecturer and attorney

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American political activist, author, lecturer and attorney

Ralph Nader on KCRW

The consumer advocate, author and former presidential candidate, refuses to mince words about Democrats and their corporate bedfellows in a new interview with Robert Scheer.

Ralph Nader: Democrats Ushered in an Era of Corporate Fascism

The consumer advocate, author and former presidential candidate, refuses to mince words about Democrats and their corporate bedfellows in a new interview with Robert Scheer.

from Scheer Intelligence

Robert Scheer sits down with author, lawyer and five-time presidential candidate, Ralph Nader, to discuss the current political climate and assess Nader's legacy.

Ralph Nader: Consumer Advocate and Voice against Corporate Power

Robert Scheer sits down with author, lawyer and five-time presidential candidate, Ralph Nader, to discuss the current political climate and assess Nader's legacy.

from Scheer Intelligence

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