Book TV: In Depth: Ralph Nader

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with Ralph Nader
C-SPAN Book TV

Ralph Nader is author or co-author of more than 20 books, including:

Unsafe at Any Speed (1965); Whistle-Blowing (1972); Action for a Change (1973); The Big Boys (1986); The Lemon Book (1990); Winning the Insurance Game (1990); Canada Firsts (1992); Collision Course (1994); No Contest (1996); Ralph Nader Reader (2000); Cutting Corporate Welfare (2000); Crashing the Party (2002); In Pursuit of Justice (2004); The Good Fight (2004); Civic Arousal (2004); The Seventeen Traditions (2007); Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us! (2009)

Ralph Nader was a candidate for President of the United States on the Green Party ticket in 1996 and 2000 and as an independent in 2004 and 2008. He is the author of several books, including “Unsafe at Any Speed,” an indictment of the auto industry published in 1965. As a consumer and political activist he has spoken out on a variety of issues, including health care, food safety, environmental pollution, worker rights, tax reform, civil rights, and corporate influence.

Watch: In Depth: Ralph Nader – Book TV

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Ralph Nader on 2000 Florida Recount

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Ralph Nader on Running for President

see

Out of Afghanistan by Ralph Nader

What the Tea Party has in common with the rest of us By Nikki Alexander

Ralph Nader: What if…?

Only Ralph Nader and the Super Rich Can Save Us (2009)

Hammering the Poor and Vulnerable by Ralph Nader

Nader’s Utopia: The World According to Ralph by Chris Hedges

5 thoughts on “Book TV: In Depth: Ralph Nader

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  2. My comment to booktv
    You have no idea how wonderful it was to hear Ralph Nader speak for three hours on Booktv.

    I can’t count the times I have sat through endless commercials when it was announced that Nader would appear on a program only to discover he only had time for a few sound bite comments.

    Of course Nader’s TV appearances have been extremely rare. I finally stopped watching television. Fortunately three of my friends called me to tell me that he was scheduled for Sunday morning on booktv.

    Thank you so much for inviting him to be on the program. I will remember to watch C-span and booktv more often.

    • Thanks for your comment, Bev. Book TV has lots of their programs online fortunately for those of us without cable or don’t watch TV.

      Three hours with Ralph Nader! Hope many people tuned in or watched online.

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