Forty-two years ago, a young attorney named Ralph Nader wrote a book titled Unsafe At Any Speed.
In the book, Nader exposed how cars were unsafe and how they could be made safer.
What was the auto industry's response?
They hired spies to tail Ralph.
They hired beautiful women to seduce him.
Faced with this intimidation and seduction from a powerful industry, Ralph did not succumb.
He went on to sue General Motors for invasion of privacy.
And used the proceeds of the settlement to launch the modern consumer movement.
And you think Ralph will ever stop fighting the corporate state?
He never has.
And he never will.
Why I love Ralph Nader...
A few days to go until a participatory method of leadership selection is deployed in the field, and the Nader campaign reminds us,