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America’s number one citizen Ralph Nader’s latest book shows us how unchecked corporate power has led to the wrecking ball that is the Trump presidency. Nader brings together the outrages of the Trump administration with the key flaws and failures of the previous administrations—both Republican and Democratic—that have led our nation to its current precipice. It’s all in t America’s number one citizen Ralph Nader’s latest book shows us how unchecked corporate power has led to the wrecking ball that is the Trump presidency. Nader brings together the outrages of the Trump administration with the key flaws and failures of the previous administrations—both Republican and Democratic—that have led our nation to its current precipice. It’s all in the details and Ralph Nader knows them all. Trump didn’t come out of nowhere. Bush and Obama led the way. Writing as a Washington, DC, activist and people’s advocate for over fifty years―someone who has saved more lives and caused more impactful legislation to be enacted than almost any sitting president or legislator—Nader shows how Trump’s crimes and misdemeanors followed the path of no resistance of the Obama, Bush and Clinton regimes, which ushered in the extreme rise of corporate power and the abandonment of the poor and middle classes.


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America’s number one citizen Ralph Nader’s latest book shows us how unchecked corporate power has led to the wrecking ball that is the Trump presidency. Nader brings together the outrages of the Trump administration with the key flaws and failures of the previous administrations—both Republican and Democratic—that have led our nation to its current precipice. It’s all in t America’s number one citizen Ralph Nader’s latest book shows us how unchecked corporate power has led to the wrecking ball that is the Trump presidency. Nader brings together the outrages of the Trump administration with the key flaws and failures of the previous administrations—both Republican and Democratic—that have led our nation to its current precipice. It’s all in the details and Ralph Nader knows them all. Trump didn’t come out of nowhere. Bush and Obama led the way. Writing as a Washington, DC, activist and people’s advocate for over fifty years―someone who has saved more lives and caused more impactful legislation to be enacted than almost any sitting president or legislator—Nader shows how Trump’s crimes and misdemeanors followed the path of no resistance of the Obama, Bush and Clinton regimes, which ushered in the extreme rise of corporate power and the abandonment of the poor and middle classes.

30 review for To the Ramparts: How Bush and Obama Paved the Way for the Trump Presidency, and Why It Isn't Too Late to Reverse Course

  1. 4 out of 5

    Linda Brunner

    I have a great deal of respect for Mr. Nader. Not so much for the other individuals mentioned in the subtitle. An astute and clarifying take down of the recent past and present leadership in the White House. Sobering doesn't quite cover it. I have a great deal of respect for Mr. Nader. Not so much for the other individuals mentioned in the subtitle. An astute and clarifying take down of the recent past and present leadership in the White House. Sobering doesn't quite cover it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gustavo Mendez

    I feel like this book was all over the place. The title is misleading, "...How Bush and..." when there was hardly any information Bush. There was much more information on Obama than there was on Bush. I don't understand the reason behind the so-called letters he sent to the president if he already had another book solely on the letters he wrote to the president. He also mentions the candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, hence when I say he was all over the place with this book. I'm all I feel like this book was all over the place. The title is misleading, "...How Bush and..." when there was hardly any information Bush. There was much more information on Obama than there was on Bush. I don't understand the reason behind the so-called letters he sent to the president if he already had another book solely on the letters he wrote to the president. He also mentions the candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, hence when I say he was all over the place with this book. I'm all for Ralph Nader, what he's done for us consumers and citizens, but this book does not do him justice I think.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bill

    If we can put a man on the moon why can't we put Ralph Nader there? Mr. Corporate Responsibility has steadfastly refused to take any responsibility for his part in giving us for 8 disastrous years of Bush and now wants to impart his wisdom about the era? If we can put a man on the moon why can't we put Ralph Nader there? Mr. Corporate Responsibility has steadfastly refused to take any responsibility for his part in giving us for 8 disastrous years of Bush and now wants to impart his wisdom about the era?

  4. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    Constructive hypotheticals or I told you sos, Nader highlights his tried and true hits covering what’s so wrong with the two major parties and the direction our country is headed with them at the wheel. It’s appreciable if not overly entertaining.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jim Noyes

    with all the talk of civics education in our schools, this should be the textbook

  6. 4 out of 5

    Hapzydeco

    Ralph Nader, in the role a political visionary, interprets the recent American political history. This work can help political junkies explicate today's political climate. Ralph Nader, in the role a political visionary, interprets the recent American political history. This work can help political junkies explicate today's political climate.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    DNF not as bad as most of the books I don’t finish. Just didn’t like the epistemological style

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