Publisher description for Crashing the party : taking on the corporate government in an age of surrender / Ralph Nader.
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Ralph Nader is one of America's most passionate and effective social critics. He has been called a muckraker, a consumer crusader, and America's public defender. The cars we drive, the food we eat, the water we drink-their safety has been enhanced largely due to Ralph Nader. His inspiration and example have rallied consumer advocates, citizen activists, public interest lawyers, and government officials into action, and in the 2000 election, nearly three million people voted for him.
An inspiring and defiant memoir, Crashing the Party takes us inside Nader's campaign and explains what it took to fight the two-party juggernaut; why Bush and Gore were really afraid to let him in on their debates; why progressive Democrats have been left behind and ignored by their party; how Democrat and Republican interests have been lost to corporate bankrolling; and what needs to happen in the future for people to take back their political system.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 2000.
Political campaigns -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1993-2001.
Presidential candidates -- United States -- Biography.
Greens/Green Party USA -- Biography.
Political activists -- United States -- Biography.
Consumer affairs directors -- United States -- Biography.