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Ross Perot’s humble background and early career are discussed, as well as his bold move in rescuing his employees from being held captive in Iran.
Despite not having the normal trappings of a regular campaign, Perot received an enthusiastic reception from the public, and was able to challenge Bush and Clinton.
When Ralph Nader decided to run in 2000 against Texas Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore, he wanted to shift politics to favor the people.
Ralph Nader discusses the Democratic effort in 2000, and Vice President Al Gore's refusal to work with him. Nader's refusal to drop out is also discussed.
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