Breaking Through Power

In Breaking Through Power, Nader draws from a lifetime waging—and often winning—David vs. Goliath battles against big corporations and the United States government. This is classic Ralph Nader, a crystallization of the core political beliefs and commitments that have driven his lifetime of advocacy for greater democracy.

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Corporate Coercion and the Drive to Eliminate Buying with Cash

03 January 2018
By Ralph Nader January 3, 2018 “Sorry we’re not taking cash or checks,” said the clerk at the Fed Ex…

For Year End Charitable Giving—Some Favorites

26 December 2017
Here are some of my favorite, frugal, effective non-profit citizen action organizations that you may wish to favor with your…

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In the News

Truth Dig - The Visionless Society

31 December 2017

Imagine yourself in early 2019. The Democrats, despite never articulating a political vision other than not being Donald Trump...

NY Times - Trump’s Anti-Consumer Agenda Hurts His Voters

23 October 2017

As a candidate, Donald Trump promised regular people, “I will be your voice,”...

Corporate Crime Reporter - Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer Visits Ralph Nader Tort Museum in Winsted Connecticut

12 October 2017

In 1994, President Bill Clinton nominated Stephen Breyer to be a Justice of the US Supreme Court.


CNBC - Ralph Nader blasts corporations for stock buybacks he calls 'unimaginative' and greedy

9 October 2017

Consumer advocate Ralph Nader said Monday that share buybacks are a sign of poor corporate management.

The Intercept - The Democrats Are Unable To Defend The U.S. From The “Most Vicious” Republican Party In History

25 June 2017

The Democratic Party is at its lowest ebb in the memory of everyone now alive.

Washington Post - In his odd new book, Ralph Nader talks to the animals — and they talk back

9 May 2017

“I remember saying, ‘There are times I say to myself, I wish I was a panda, given the coverage The Post gives to pandas,’ ” Nader said

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