Rolling Stone portrays in depth Ralph Nader as a person and a politician, who is "too busy saving the world." The analysis looks at the role he played in the 2001 presidential elections, and reports on how Nader did "precisely what Democrats had feared," since he snared enough votes to give the Oval Office to George W. Bush. The story also sheds light on Nader's relation to his right-hand man, George Farah, and reveals that the latter may be the person to whom Nader will "pass the torch of activism."
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