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People For the American Way

People For the American Way AIPAC - The American Israel Public Affairs Committee About RTM | Reclaim the Media Reclaim the Media: P.O. Box 22754, Seattle, WA 98122-0754 206.709.0558 info (at) • RTM board • RTM staff • RTM in the news • RTM blog • What We Do Based in Seattle since 2002, Reclaim the Media conducts grassroots organizing for social change through media justice. • We work to change media policy at the local and federal level, so that the structure of our media favors the public interest, rather than a powerful elite.• We teach media literacy education because we all need to understand how news can be shaped by journalistic habits and by powerful commercial and political interests.• We support community media because we cannot entrust our history, our cultures and our democracy to the consolidated media empires alone. • Get Involved Reclaim the Media hosts occasional community meetings in Seattle; these are a good place to find out about current and upcoming campaigns and opportunities to get involved in media activism in the Northwest. • Recognition • Our Community

Political Issues that Matter - Ralph Nader's Views on the Issues Remember, these issues represent the tip of the political iceberg. But they are indicative of the corporate domination of the Democratic and Republican parties. Click on any of the issues in the table below for more information the issues that matter for 2008, or find out more about the Nader/Gonzalez position on other important issues, including the environment, social, fiscal, market, labor, political and foreign policy. Ralph Nader on the Political Issues that Matter Shift the Power To illustrate how little has changed in four years, other than conditions becoming worse, the 2008 Nader/Gonzalez campaign is posting these policy positions on various injustices, necessities, and redirections that were prepared initially for the 2004 Nader/Camejo campaign. Affirmative action Agriculture American agriculture is being dominated by two contrary trends in the 21st Century. Climate Change The Nader campaign believes it is time to break our addiction to fossil fuels. Consumer Justice Corporate Crime

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