Nader accepts the presidential nomination and goes on to discuss a number of themes relevant to his candidacy. These
include the need for a new majoritarian party in the face of Democrat and Republican similarity; the need for balancing duties as public and private citizens; and the need to return the notion of justice to the center of politics.
Keywords: Ralph Nader, Green Party, 1996 Presidential election
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