Book Discussion on Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!
In his novel Ralph Nader imagines placing seventeen billionaires in one room to solve the country’s problems, from the redevelopment… read more
In his novel Ralph Nader imagines placing seventeen billionaires in one room to solve the country’s problems, from the redevelopment of New Orleans to a reassessment of corporate citizenry and a plan to address environmental issues. Ralph Nader discussed his political novel with two of the billionaires depicted in his book, businessmen and philanthropists Ted Turner and Peter Lewis.
This “LIVE from the NYPL” event was held at Celeste Bartos Forum of the New York Public Research Library of Humanities and Social Sciences following the publication of an abridged version of the novel. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Holdengraber, Paul Director New York Public Library->LIVE from the NYPL
- Lewis, Peter B. Chairman Progressive Corporation
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