On the Web:
Reclaiming our Commons in an Age of Corporate Crime, Ralph Nader, Counterpunch (6/27/02)
Review of Silent Theft by D. Bollier
A Corporate Crime State, Ralph Nader, Counterpunch (6/15-16/02). We are witnessing the corporate destruction of capitalism in favor of a corporate state
Students Put the Heat on Foreign Sweatshops. Ralph Nader, Counterpunch (1/6/02). Student consumers build an effective coaliton, United Students Against Sweatshops.
Here's What Nader (Probably) Would Have Said If He'd Been in the Debate. Scot Lehigh, Boston Globe (10/8/00) [Common Dreams]. Bush-Gore presidential debate, from which candidate Nader was exclude.
On the Web: Specialized Sites
In the Library: Articles
Alterman, Eric. "Not one vote!" Nation (11/13/00):12.
Anon. "The Nader challenge," Progressive (7/00). Sober evaluation of what it can contribute.
Barsamian, David. "Ralph Nader [interview]," Progressive (4/00).
Burlingham, Bo. "Popular politics: the arrival of Ralph Nader," Working Papers for a New Society 2,2 (sum 1974):5-15.
Conniff, Ruth. "Left-Right romance," Progressive (5/00). On Nader's alliance with Phyllis Schafley vs. Channel One's commercialization of public schools.
__________. "On the road with Ralph Nader," Nation (7/17/00):13-18.
Cooper, Marc. "Duking it out in the Naderhood," Nation (10/30/00):19-21.
Corn, David. "Nader: is there life after crucifixion?" Nation (12/4/00):17-19.
Ehrenreich, Barbara. "Vote for Nader," Nation (8/21/00):33, 52.
Godwin, Michele Cerise. "Phil Donohue [interview]," Progressive (11/00). On reasons for his support of Nader.
Goldstein, Richard. "Looking for Lefty," Village Voice (9/19/00). On strengths & weaknesses of Nader campaign.
Greider, William. "Nader & the politics of fear," Nation (3/12/01):15-18.
__________. "Nader: a personal view," Nation (7/17/00):18-19.
Margolis, Jon. "Nader unrepentant," Mother Jones (7-8/01):65-67.
Nader, Ralph. "Nader's nineties," Mother Jones (7-8/90).
Nichols, John. “Three’s company: third parties strategize for the November election,” In These Times (7/10/00):4-5.
___________. "Enron? Nader is glad you asked," Nation (2/25/02):16-18.
Pal, Amitabh. "John Kenneth Galbraith [interview]," Progressive (10/00). Viewed Nader as irrelevant to electoral process.
Pollitt, Katha. “Analyze this,” Nation (4/30/01):10.
Reed, Adolph L. Jr. "For Ralph, without illusions," Progressive (10/00).
Smith, Wesley J. "Nobody's Nader [interview]," Mother Jones (7-8/96).
Sifry, Micah L. "Public citizen no. 1. Is Ralph Nader on a drive to the White House?" Nation (12/20/99):11-16.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Nader, Ralph. Unsafe at Any Speed: The Designed-in Dangers of the American Automobile (rev. ed. NY: Grossman, 1972).
__________. Taming the Giant Corporation (1976).
__________. Who's Poisoning America? (1981).
__________. & Clarence Ditlow. The Lemon Book: Auto Rights (Mt. Kisco NY: Moyer Bell, 1989).
__________. Winning the Insurance Game (1990).
__________. The Case Against Free Trade: GATT, NAFTA & the Globalization of Corporate Power (1996).
Nader, Ralph. Cutting Corporate Welfare (NY: Seven Stories, 2000).
__________. The Ralph Nader Reader (NY: Seven Stories, 2000).
__________. Crashing the Party: Taking On the Corporate Government in an Age of Surrender (NY: St. Martin's, 2002).
In the Library: Poetry
The Closed Enterprise System; Ralph Nader’s Study Group Report on Antitrust Enforcement (1972)
Corporate Power in America (1973)
The Big Boys: Power and Position in American business (1986)
The Case Against "Free Trade": GATT, NAFTA, and the Globalization of Corporate Power (1993)
No contest: How the Power Lawyers are Perverting Justice in America (1996)
Against all Odds: the Green Transformation of American Politics (1999)
Cutting Corporate Welfare (2000)
Governments, Corporations, Free trade and the Global Environment in the 21st Century (2000)
Crashing the Party: How to Tell the Truth and Still Run for President ( 2001)