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Currents--University of Rochester newspaper

March 29, 2004
Volume 32 Number 6

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CONSUMER, BEWARE--Presidential candidate and consumer advocate Ralph Nader spoke to a sold-out crowd at the University on March 24. Nader focused on corporate special interests and consumer rights and admonished students to become activists: "Free your imagination and creativity to make a mark on this world. There's a moral imperative for you to be leaders, for you to dream a higher state of justice for people in this country and around the world." Above, Nader responds to questions from reporters prior to his talk.

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