Audio Files For Nader, Ralph

  • Lawyer and author Ralph Nader at District of Columbia Bar Association - Ralph Nader gives a talk on big business and the business lawyer. Nader says that lawyers are not only responsible to their clients, but to the public as well. In particular, he discusses the relationship between sanctions and the battle to regulate automobile safety. He also wonders why large law firms are not subject to greater scrutiny.

  • Lawyer and author Ralph Nader at District of Columbia Bar Association - Ralph Nader gives a talk on big business and the business lawyer. Nader says that lawyers are not only responsible to their clients, but to the public as well. In particular, he discusses the relationship between sanctions and the battle to regulate automobile safety. He also wonders why large law firms are not subject to greater scrutiny.

  • Meeting of the United States Student Press Association with Ralph Nader - Ralph Nader continues answering questions from the audience. Topics include cigarettes and smoking, advertising, anti-ballistic missiles, economics as a profession, anti-trust work, Congress, student activism, taxes and profits, General Motors, pollution, and the law profession.

  • Meeting of the United States Student Press Association with Ralph Nader - Nader critiques American society and contends that the real power is held by large corporations, not the government. He argues that Chief Executive Officers and Chairmen of the Board do not take responsibility for the actions of their companies. Nader also answers questions from the audience. Topics include student activism, labor relations, 'local tyrannies,' consumer education, corporate accountability, the automotive industry, Willie Mae Rogers, and free enterprise (or lack thereof).

  • Meeting of the United States Student Press Association with Ralph Nader - Ralph Nader continues answering questions from the audience. Topics include cigarettes and smoking, advertising, anti-ballistic missiles, economics as a profession, anti-trust work, Congress, student activism, taxes and profits, General Motors, pollution, and the law profession.

  • Meeting of the United States Student Press Association with Ralph Nader - Nader critiques American society and contends that the real power is held by large corporations, not the government. He argues that Chief Executive Officers and Chairmen of the Board do not take responsibility for the actions of their companies. Nader also answers questions from the audience. Topics include student activism, labor relations, 'local tyrannies,' consumer education, corporate accountability, the automotive industry, Willie Mae Rogers, and free enterprise (or lack thereof).