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Back in 1965, when the world's most powerful corporation, General Motors, decided to harass the little known author of "Unsafe at Any Speed," a book critical of the automobile industry and their own Corvair in particular, they were hit with an invasion of privacy suit that made national headlines. Ralph Nader became an American hero after that, championing automobile safety and consumer protection laws as well as the creation of federal regulatory agencies like OSHA and the EPA. But in the year 2000, Nader, who had been courted by the Democratic Party in the past, ran as the Green Party candidate for the presidency and was blamed by the Democrats for throwing the election to George Bush. Nader's former allies now deemed him "An Unreasonable Man."