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Published on Sep 30, 2008
As part of Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader's campaign through California, he stopped off at the San Francisco based Federal Reserve Building. He pointed out that there was a rise in populism that made arresting the bailout plans possible. He asks for citizens to continue calling their reps and to consider both McCain and Obama are subject to corporate influence. This is an 8 minute segment of a 20 minute speech.