Apparently Don Quixote is still tilting at windmills.
Self-anointed consumer crusader Ralph Nader plans to open a tort museum to "focus on aspects of the legal system that handle wrongful actions that result in injury" as reported by Jacob Gershman for The Wall Street Journal:
The museum's contents are somewhat under wraps, but people familiar with the plans told WSJ there would be a display of a Chevrolet Corvair, mounted so that visitors can see the suspension that Mr. Nader derided as unsafe in congressional testimony. It’s also expected to feature exhibits devoted to tobacco litigation.
Maybe the museum should include a wall of shame which identifies all the convicted ambulance chasers who used the tort system as a criminal enterprise for their own financial gain.
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