Particularly notable here is the story about the potentially corrupting effects of being in the law school, the facts that aren’t mentioned enough, and the indignance about how institutions are often functioning in modern society.
Nader is in one of his prime elements the law at HLS, delivering what is probably one of the best lecture sessions that he’s given in recent years. I would know, as I’ve seen most of them.
“You have to ask yourself, are you going to become a lucrative cog in a corporate wheel? Plenty of wheels! Plenty of opportunities. Do you really want to be part of the perpetrator class? Do you really want to be part of the class that covers up massive deaths and injuries, penury, fraud, and a enveloped corporate crime wave?”