Law and Disorder Rat Pack
Law and Disorder Rat Pack
Contribution: $75.00

Product Code: PBC278-DEC18

Two Years of Law and Disorder archives on mp3 discs.

Law and Disorder is a weekly, independent radio program airing on many stations
across the United States and podcasting on the web. Law and Disorder radio
gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil
liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture
exercised by the US government. This program examines the political forces and
legislation that are moving the United States into a police state.

Two of the top progressive attorneys and activists now host the program and
consistently bring a diverse line up of guests from grassroots activists to
politically mindful authors. More importantly, Law and Disorder brings access
attorneys who give insights to some of the most controversial cases.

PLUS the book -

How the Rats Re-Formed Congress.

It's a Fable about an invasion of rats in Congress that triggers a peoples’
political revolt. It begins when a Congressional reporter breaks a bizarre
story: “Rats have invaded the toilet bowls” of the Speaker of the House and
the Minority Leader. A national news frenzy ensues.

Activists seize on the breaking story to organize for a populist agenda.
Spontaneous rallies erupt. The activists see the rats upending “business as
usual” routines on Capitol Hill as a symbol against lobbyists and corporate

Millions flood into the nation's capitol to take back Congress from Wall Street.
Congressional offices are deluged with citizen rallies and meetings. Members are
challenged in primaries. Incumbents join the movement.

Wall Street and its lobbyists warn of economic collapse and mass layoffs if the
people's agenda passes Congress. Corporate front groups are formed to disrupt
peaceful crowds. Despite that, corporate lobbyists and think tanks can’t
overcome the organized will of the determined citizenry.

Ralph Nader is one of the nation's most effective and well-known social critics.
He has raised public awareness and increased government and corporate
accountability. As a young lawyer in 1965 he made headlines with his book Unsafe
at Any Speed, leading to congressional hearings and passage of a series of
life-saving auto safety laws in 1966. His example has inspired a generation of
consumer advocates, citizen activists and public interest attorneys.

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