Change of Heart

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Consumer rights pioneer Ralph Nader says "Only the Super-rich Can Save Us!” – at least that’s the title of his new novel. Is it satire or a change of heart for the citizens rights activist and former presidential candidate? Plus, urban policy and the documentary series Brick City, about Newark, NJ. 30 Issues in 30 Days: Vote, Contribute to the Wiki, and See the Schedule Here!


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