Ralph Nader: Battling for Democracy
This authorized biography, based on numerous interviews with Ralpn Nader and his family and friends, succinctly covers his fascinating and exciting life. Everything from his childhood, to his famous 1965 auto-safety book Unsafe at Any Speed, to his 2000 presidential campaign is included, along with many stories of his life never before published. This biography provides both young readers and adults an engaging summary of Ralph Nader's influential life, with comments from well known authorities such as Pulitzer Prize winner David Halberstam and Public Citizen's Joan Claybrook.
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Chapter 12 Public Citizen
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Chapter 18 Corporate Power
Chapter 19 Students
Chapter 9 Unsafe
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