Ralph Nader is an American activist, consumer advocate, and political critic. He stood up against the big American car companies, criticized U.S foreign policy, and fought for human rights and democracy. The Atlantic Monthly listed him as one of the 100 most influential Americans. "He made the cars we drive safer; thirty years later, he made George W. Bush the president." Now, he's got a new book out. It's called, 'The Seventeen Traditions,' in which Nader describes the life lessons from his childhood.