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The Ralph Nader and Family Cookbook shares the cuisine of Nader’s upbringing, presenting Lebanese dishes inspired by Rose’s recipes that will be both known to many, including hummus and baba ghanoush, as well as others that may be lesser known, such as kibbe, the extremely versatile national dish of Lebanon, and sheikh al-mahshi–“the ‘king’ of stuffed foods.”

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It’s the Iron Collar of the Corporate State Until the People Collar the Congress

June 18, 2021

By Ralph Nader June 18, 2021 Back in the mid-nineteen-fifties, the prolific, progressive political economist, Harvard’s John Kenneth Galbraith, developed…

Reporters Do a Better Job When They Do NOT Ignore Civic Groups

June 12, 2021

By Ralph Nader June 11, 2021 Connecting the civic community with the mainstream media is no minor endeavor. Historically, this…

The Agony of Accessing Verizon: CEO Vestberg Should Play Customer for a Day

June 4, 2021

By Ralph Nader June 4, 2021 Who hasn’t had difficulty just getting through the multi-layered, often automated call center of…

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Wrecking America: How Trump’s Lawbreaking and Lies Betray All

Wrecking America

Timed for the Fall Election, coauthors Mark Green and Ralph Nader describe the presidential race as Fascism for some vs. Democracy for all. The book focuses on Lawbreaking, Covid-19, Race in chapters that assess his disinformation topic-by-topic. Authors look ahead to what happens if Trump’s re-selected by Electoral College or loses in a realigning landslide.…

The Day the Rats Vetoed Congress

The Day the Rats Vetoed Congress

The Day the Rats Vetoed Congress is Ralph Nader’s fable of struggle and strategy, tenacity and triumph for our troubled times. But more than just a story, it can also serve as a “how to” guide to effect political change — from a pied piper who’s done it time and time again. Gleefully and generously…