Lessons for the Nader Camp: Fighting Bob La Follette in 1924History
PublisherHistory Departments at The Ohio State University and Miami University
AbstractAs campaign 2000 moves past the conventions, Ralph Nader, candidate of the Green Party, is again in the limelight. Some pundits predict Nader will draw enough votes away from Vice President Al Gore to give George W. Bush a victory. The potential for Nader to play the spoiler can be assessed by looking at the election of 1924, when Wisconsin Sen. "Fighting Bob" La Follette ran as an independent.
Citation InformationUnger, N. (2000). Lessons for the Nader Camp: Fighting Bob La Follette in 1924. History News Service. Syndication: History News Network, 7 newspapers. http://origins.osu.edu/history-news/lessons-nader-camp-fighting-bob-la-follette-1924