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Ralph Nader Speaks at 2 Events in in Portland on Monday, April 9

RALPH NADER Presents
Getting Steamed to Overcome Corporatism

Monday, April 9, 12 noon
Powell's City of Books

1005 W. Burnside Street
Portland
FREE and open to the public



As Occupy Wall Street protests spread across the country and the world, Ralph Nader's new book, Getting Steamed to Overcome Corporatism: Build It Together To Win, shows how Americans can generate the steam to turn the turbines for making corporations our servants, not our masters.



As Nader writes, our democracy is in decay, with no end in sight, unless there is a sustained response from an aroused citizenry to stop the corporatists from blocking so many solutions for our country's problems. His compendium of corporate crime, greed, and exploitation of honest people everywhere will raise your temperature—to the boiling point.



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RALPH NADER Speaks at Lewis & Clark's International Affairs Symposium on the

Future of Military Force in International Peace and Security


Monday, April 9, 7:30pm
Lewis and Clark University
Agnes Flanagan Chapel

0615 SW Palatine Hill Road
Portland


FREE and open to the public.

Consumer advocate, lawyer, and author Ralph Nader,named by Time Magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential Americans in the Twentieth Century, will participate in a panel discussion coordinated by Portland students.

Celebrating 50 years in 2012, the Lewis & Clark International Affairs Symposium is the oldest student-run symposium in the United States and has won acclaim from the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Chronicle of Higher Education. The event focuses on global interests and concerns, emphasizing confrontation of opposing views. Here, the opposing views are expected from Jamie Fly, former member of the National Security Council in the Bush II Administration.


For more information, visit go.lclark.edu/international/affairs/symposium.