Ralph Nader in Detroit

Saint Andrews Hall

Presidential Candidate 2000


United Earth Fund and United Earth News covered the talk Ralph Nader gave in Detroit in 2000. Ralph Nader was running for President of the United States.


He spoke to a crowd in Detroit that had many members from the Detroit News and Detroit Free Press News Paper Strike.


Ralph's talk is timely. His topics and knowledge touch on salient points regarding unions, quality of life, the public air waves and more.


Take a listen to what Ralph Nader has to say that is still current in today's challenges with corporations and government. After "Unsafe at Any Speed" Mr. Nader has gone on to champion public awareness and accountability by government and business for all of us.


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