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What will be the legacy of Ralph Nader, one of the most polarizing figures in American public life? Will he be celebrated for his tireless, forty-plus years of consumer advocacy and grass-roots political activism, or forever demonized as the 2000 presidential election spoiler - the fringe-party candidate who effectively handed "Dubya" the keys to the Oval Office? That's the thorny question posed by filmmakers Henriette Mantel and Steve Skrovan's illuminating An Unreasonable Man, a substantive and fairly balanced overview of "Citizen Nader's" decades-long rise and sudden, precipitous fall from liberal political grace.


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