|Boston Globe Review
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Ralph Nader is like the fabled elephant groped by blind men: Everyone knows they've got their hands around something but no one can agree what it is. Is the man a great American or a pious scold? The driving force behind consumer safety and citizen empowerment or the person who single-handedly delivered the country to George W. Bush in 2000? "Thank you, Ralph Nader, for the war in Iraq," says one commentator in An Unreasonable Man, and if sarcasm could kill, he'd be in jail.