Wednesday, December 12, 2007

"Unreasonable Man" The Ralph Nader Story Airs on PBS Across Nation

The documentary of iconic Ralph Nader, "An Unreasonable Man" will premiere on Tuesday, December 18 at 9 PM EST/8 PM CST, on PBS's Independent Lens series. The film draws a fascinating portrait of Mr. Nader through interviews with his harshest critics and most eloquent supporters. The makers hope to inspire its viewers to take action by taking an intimate look at one of the world's most renowned activist.

The documentary will air over 700 times on over 220 PBS metropolitan area affiliates between December 18-24, 2007.

Public feedback on the documentary after the showings will provide Mr. Nader a clear indicator of how ready the nation is for him to make another run for President. He already appears on several parties ballots, with his tacit approval, though not declaration. How many potential candidates have danced on such a fine line?

On a similar note, perhaps Gore, who just made a charged speech during his acceptance of the Nobel Peace Prize may be feeling some love from all the "Draft Gore" campaigns out there as well.

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