For almost four decades, Ralph Nader has been the scold of corporate America. Now the man and the moment have merged as America recoils at CEOs' behaving badly. TIME's Matthew Cooper spoke to Nader about greed, corruption and why the presidential spoiler won't even think about playing golf.
DID YOU THINK THERE WAS THIS MUCH CORPORATE CORRUPTION?
No. And isn't it saying something that it exceeded my anticipation? It is impossible to exaggerate the supermarket of crime. It's greed on steroids.
WHY DIDN'T WE KNOW ABOUT IT ALL SOONER?
What amazes me is that there are thousands of people who...