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Unsafe at Any Speed 50th Anniversary

Unsafe at Any Speed

On the 50th anniversary of Unsafe at Any Speed we are asking those who want a stronger democracy to solve current crises to join with us in launching a new and enduring era of activism. Stay tuned for more details in the coming months.

There are only a limited number of hardcover copies of Unsafe at Any Speed available. Act now to secure your autographed copy.

Shipping costs for the hardcover commemorative edition of Unsafe at Any Speed – autographed by Ralph are included in the $100 price.




Recent Posts

Copps’s Plea for You and Me

May 13th

The plain-spoken, public-spirited former Federal Communications Commissioner, Michael Copps, is indignant—and for good reason: The FCC is not enforcing the law requiring the “dar…

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The Need for Progressive Voices

May 6th

By Ralph Nader May 6, 2016 In 1961, President Kennedy’s Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Newton Minow described television as “a vast wasteland.” Pe…

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Ralph Nader Radio

Molly Sinclair McCartney, David Dayen

May 21st

Ralph welcomes journalists Molly Sinclair McCartney, who tells us exactly which vested interests keep us in a state of perpetual war, and David Dayen, who tells us the incredible story of ho…

Nader Books

Unsafe at Any Speed

Published November 30, 1965
Unsafe at Any Speed
Unsafe at Any Speed was published in 1965. It is Ralph’s first book. And it was the book that launched the modern consumer movement.

Return to Sender

Published April 07, 2015
Return to Sender
Unanswered letters to the President, 2001 - 2015

In The News

Concord Monitor - Hillary Clinton should tell the people what she said in her private speeches

February 3rd

PBS News Hour tours the American Museum of Tort Law

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Tavis Smiley - Interview with Ralph Nader

February 2nd

PBS News Hour tours the American Museum of Tort Law

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PBS - Inside Ralph Nader’s American Museum of Tort Law

December 20th

PBS News Hour tours the American Museum of Tort Law

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NBC - Ralph Nader Wants Auto Industry to Hit the Brakes on Self-Driving Cars

December 1st

Ralph Nader wants the auto industry to slow down when it comes to self-driving cars.

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The Nation - How Ralph Nader Changed America

December 1st

On the 50th anniversary of Unsafe at Any Speed, a look at how his work launched the consumer-rights, corporate-accountability, and other citizen movements.

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Parade Magazine - Ralph Nader on Lawsuits: You Never Have Enough Cases

November 29th

At age 81, Ralph Nader, one of the best-known activists in the world of business and politics, refuses to slow down..

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NY Times: 50 Years Ago, ‘Unsafe at Any Speed’ Shook the Auto World

November 26th

FEW DRIVERS could imagine owning a car these days that did not come with airbags, antilock brakes and seatbelts. But 50 years ago motorists went without such basic safety features.

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Breaking Through Power: Join Together to Mobilize Against Wars of Aggression

May 18th

Did you know that in the nine months leading to the criminal war of aggression against Iraq, at least 300 retired, high-level officials spoke out against the looming invasion? But, shockingl…

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Copp's Plea for You and Me

May 13th

The plain-spoken, public-spirited former Federal Communications Commissioner, Michael Copps, is indignant -- and for good reason: The FCC is not enforcing the law requiring the "dark mo…

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The Need for Progressive Voices

May 6th

In 1961, President Kennedy's Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Newton Minow described television as "a vast wasteland." Perhaps nothing demonstrates that bet…

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