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Donald K. Ross (1943-2022) – Activist and Builder of Democratic Institutions Extraordinaire!

By Ralph Nader It was a marathon day of thirty-minute interviews in 1970. Little did I think we were selecting recent law school graduates who would become, over a lifetime, civic leaders of historical significance in producing major changes for … Continue reading

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Against the Trumpian GOP Onslaught – The Dems are Like Deer in the Headlights

By Ralph Nader There is something about entrenched bureaucracies that transcend nations and cultures. When bureaucracies are confronted with unanticipated or new challenges, they freeze – like a deer facing headlights. Sears, Roebuck and Company saw Walmart coming out of … Continue reading

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Corporate Media Ignores Senate Hearing on Corporate Greed and Inflation

By Ralph Nader April 8, 2022 It is exceedingly rare for a major congressional committee to hold hearings on “corporate greed” leading to corporate profiteering and surging prices on consumer goods. On April 5, 2022, Senate Budget Chairman, Senator Bernie … Continue reading

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No Corporate Law and Power Questions for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

By Ralph Nader March 25, 2022 In over twenty hours of grueling confirmation hearings for Judge Ketanji Jackson’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Republican Senators (Cruz, Cotton, Hawley, Blackburn, and Graham) found much time to disgrace themselves, using the … Continue reading

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