Citizen Action and Other Big Ideas By David Bollier
In 1963, Ralph Nader, then an unknown twenty-nine-year old attorney, abandoned a conventional law practice in Hartford, Connecticut…
By the early 1970s, Nader’s many task forces had exposed dozens of outrages committed by the “supply-side” of the American economy
For this army of Harvard graduates about to enter the moral narcosis of the Reagan years, Nader issues a provocative challenge…
Secrecy, collusion among self-selected elites, and public relations hocus-pocus were common practices among the governing class.
Over the past twenty years, one Nader advocacy group after another has tried to help the law catch up with the march of corporate abuses.
Morrison first met Nader in 1971 through a law student who had worked for Nader the previous summer.
It has been said that Sidney M. Wolfe, M.D., has a waiting room packed with 240 million patients.