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Ralph Nader a Third Party candidate
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Biography 1955: graduated from Princeton University 1958: received a LLB ( 法法法 ) with distinction from Harvard University. 1959: served in the United States Army for six months a lawyer in Hartford (when His career began) 1961-63: lectured on history and government at the University of Hartford. Professor of History and Government
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1964: worked for Assistant Secretary of Labor Daniel Patrick Moynihan. 1965-66 the Nieman Fellows award 1967: ten Outstanding Young Men of Year by the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce ( 法法 ) 1967-68 returned to Princeton as a lecturer.
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early 1980s: spearheaded a powerful lobby against Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has served as a faculty member at the American University Washington College of Law.
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By the late 1960s and early 1970s, Nader had become one of the most active American consumer advocates
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Ralph Nader Born February 27,1934 (74 years old) Winsted,Connecticut United States Political party Independent Green Party (For 1996 & 2000 Presidential campaigns) Occupation Attorney and Political Activist spouse none Religion Christian
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Nader's parents: Nathra and Rose Nader from Lebanon. native language: Arabic
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Ralph Nader says family values inspired his life long advocacy work
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personal finance: According to the mandatory fiscal disclosure report that he filed with the Federal Election Commission in 2000, he then owned more than $3 million worth of stocks and mutual fund shares; his single largest holding was more than $1 million worth of stock in Cisco Systems, Inc. He also held more than $2 million in two money market funds. Nader owned no car or real estate in 2000 , and said he lived on US$25,000 a year , giving most of his stock earnings to many of the over four dozen non-profit organizations he had founded.
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In 2000, The New York Times reported that Nader's secretiveness had "spawned a host of dark theories among his critics,"among them a 1990 report in Forbes magazine that reported the claim of neighbors that Nader has been living in a $1.5 million townhouse for almost 20 years. Nader told the Times the town house he has been spotted entering is his sister's, which Forbes confirmed.
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Books Unsafe at Any Speed. Grossman Publishers, 1965. Action for a Change (with Donald Ross, Brett English, and Joseph
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