Unsafe at Any Speed

November 2000
New Republic;11/06/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 19, p11
Addresses the U.S. presidential campaign of Green Party candidate Ralph Nader. Views on democracy; Contention of Nader that it makes no difference whether George W. Bush or Al Gore become president; Insights of Nader regarding the U.S. foreign policy.


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