Ralph Nader's New Fable Aims To Re-Form Reform
Named by The Atlantic as one of the hundred most influential figures in American history, and by Time and Life magazines as one of the most influential Americans of the twentieth century, Ralph Nader has helped us drive safer cars, eat healthier food, breathe better air, drink cleaner water, and work in safer environments for more than four decades.
His new book, "How the Rats Re-formed Congress," is a fable about rats that invade Congress and astonishingly trigger a peoples' political revolt. It starts when a Congressional reporter breaks a strange and shocking story: "Rats have invaded the toilet bowls" of both the Speaker of the House and the Minority Leader. The mighty rat invasions spark a national news frenzy.