Nader discusses problems facing the country. These
include the concentration of power and wealth; declines in real
wages; lack of universal health care; NAFTA, GATT, and the problem of lowest-common-denominator harmonization demanded by free trade regimes; the tendency of the middle class to turn on the poor when the country is in decline; the lack of facts about corporate welfare in debates about public welfare; and skewed budget priorities.
Keywords: Ralph Nader, Green Party, 1996 Presidential election
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