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Photos/ Video-Ralph Nader Speaking At Harvard Law School
30 Oct 2009
Modified: 31 Oct 2009
Ralph Nader spoke at Harvard Law School on Oct. 30, 2009.
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Harvard Univ.-Oct. 30, 2009:
Ralph Nader-citizen and consumer advocate and former presidential candidate, spoke at Harvard Law School today. His subject was what law schools should be teaching future lawyers in terms of social justice, and also, he spoke on the Wall Street bailout and crimes of the Bush regime. He also presented his new novel "Only The Super-Rich Can Save Us"---a fictional story and scenario of what if the super wealthy would fund radical social change.
He spoke for an hour , then answered questions from the audience, composed of Harvard students and members of the community. Afterwards Nader signed copies of his new book.
He also spoke at 7pm at the Jamaica Plain Forum in Boston.
This reporter took 2 videos: part 1-Nader speaking on law school and social justice;

and part 2-Nader speaking on the Wall Street bailout and crimes of the Bush-Cheney regime.
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