Ralph Nader spoke at Drury University on August 26, 2004
Listen to Ralph Nader
From his work as a consumer safety activist in the 1960s to his 1996, 2000 and 2004 campaigns for President, Ralph Nader has not shied from controversy, provided the controversy helps advance public debate on what he sees as the day’s key issues. Whether you call him a spoiler or a champion, Nader is sure to provoke thought and discussion on business, politics and culture.
“Corporations get away with corporate crime, fraud, and abuse. … Capitalism is premised on a level playing field; the most meritorious is supposed to win. Tell that to a small inventor or a small business up against McDonald’s or a software programmer up against Microsoft.”
-Ralph Nader, The American Conservative magazine