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"It'll be in the first two lines of his obituary," Phil Donahue says sadly of his friend Ralph Nader's 2000 presidential candidacy, which won the onetime hero of consumer advocacy the fierce enmity of Democrats who believe him responsible for getting George W. Bush into the White House - and, by implication, for every bad thing that's happened since.

"An Unreasonable Man," the mostly reasonable portrait of Nader's life and times, uses many voices to help re-align perspective on its subject without resorting to hagiography or apology. Its greatest value, both to younger generations and those who seem intent on forgetting such things, comes in reminding us why Nader has been among the few indispensable figures in American life for the past 40 years.

 



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