Ralph Nader: Giant Corporate Power is the Central Political Issue of Our Time (must-see; repost)

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Posted previously on Dandelion Salad

Ralph Nader: The Road to Corporate Fascism

Oct 14, 2007

Jeffrey Keating Feb 3, 2012

Ralph Nader exclaims that the central political issue of our time is giant corporate power and its take over of our government, plus the spread of commercial values into every nook and cranny of our culture including the commercialization of childhood, the universities and almost everything these large corporations touch. Speaking at the Washington, DC Green Festival, he also details what we can and must do about it.


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