ABC News’ Rick Klein reports: Ralph Nader, the consumer advocate and four-time presidential candidate, has tried his hand at fiction, with a sprawling novel that's based on an intriguing premise: What if the fabulously wealthy tried to save the world?
The book imagines a 2005 meeting of some of the world's richest and most influential people — think Warren Buffett, Ted Turner, Bill Cosby and some super-well-heeled friends — who found their own political party.
Their movement slays the corporate beast Nader has spent the last few decades trying to beat.
"Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!" is fantasy — but with Nader's distinct persona and politics.
"Never in America have there been more super-rich people with relatively enlightened views," Nader tells the AP's Hillel Italie.
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