Ralph Nader: Does the President Matter? (2012)

Ralph Nader after the speech - Green Lecture

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with Ralph Nader

Ric Fouad on Nov 22, 2013

Ralph Nader, Keynote Address, Hannah Arendt Center 2012 Fall Conference: “Does The President Matter? A Conference On The American Age of Political Disrepair.” [September 21-22, 2012]

[Nader begins at 12 minutes into the video.]


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