Slick Ralphie

Chait, Jonathan
July 2000
New Republic;07/10/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 2/3, p12
Comments on the political platform of the Green Party presidential nominee Ralph Nader in the U.S. Criticism toward the Democratic Party's negligence of organized labor; Emphasis on trade and corporate regulation with which the Greens are partly concerned; Unawareness of the Green Party to Nader's machinations; Abolition of the Senate; Major elements of the candidacy of Nader; Elimination of the use of fossil fuel; Lack of familiarly with his party's platform.


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