The Nation: Nader's Guide

Having taken the measure of the major automobile manufacturers, meat packers and industrial polluters, Ralph Nader now has sized up every incumbent Senator and Representative in Congress. He offers 486 separate profiles researched and written at his direction by 250 paid staffers and 750 volunteers, including housewives, graduate students, professors and freelance writers. Through their work, Nader attempts to tell the consumers of American democracy—the voters—exactly what they will be getting should they decide to return their local Congressmen and Senators to Capitol Hill. The profiles are billed as Part 2 in Nader's three-stage raid on Congress. Part 1 was a...

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