Polls show that most Americans believe corporations have too much power, that they meddle with politics and are destroying our democracy. People want to do something about it.
Ralph Nader sees a way to dismantle the corporate state through political alliances between conservatives and liberals.
Ralph Nader has fought for decades on behalf of American citizens against what he sees as the pervasive influence of corporations on our society. Large majorities tell pollsters that big corporations have too much political power, and Nader believes that the ever-tightening influence of big business on the mainstream media, elections and our government have caused many Americans to believe they have no political voice.
Nader draws on a half century of his own experience working with the grassroots and Congress and tells of many surprising victories that have united progressive and conservative forces. Far from espousing compromises that meet halfway, Nader argues…
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