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Ralph Nader: How Plutocratic Forces Have Crippled Democracy, And Why It's Up to Us to Fight Back

Click here for reuse options! Again and again the tension between commercial imperialism and an ethical life has played out dramatically in American history. The following is an excerpt from the new book Breaking Through Power by Ralph Nader (City Lights, 2016):  In the 1920s, near the end of his spectacular career as our country’s most prominent fighter for working people, labor leader, presidential candidate, orator, and all-around progressive Eugene Debs was asked by a reporter: “Mr.
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