Ralph Nader: Flood of Secret Money in 2010 Election is Next Stage in Corporate Domination of U.S. Politics
Interview with Ralph Nader, citizen activist and former presidential candidate, conducted by Scott Harris
Ever since the 1965 book release of "Unsafe at Any Speed," about the U.S. auto industry's reckless disregard for passenger safety, Ralph Nader has been known as a people's lawyer, fighting to protect consumers and the environment from rapacious and greedy corporations. Nader went on to run for president four times, twice with the Green Party in 1996 and 2000 -- and twice as an independent in 2004 and 2008, where he promoted campaign finance and electoral reforms to strengthen grassroots democracy.