Pre-2003 Media Coverage of League of Fans (and Nader on sports)

Lawrence Hajna, "Eagles' new stadium has most modern facilities," Courier-Post, December 23, 2002, p 1A.

Ralph Nader, "Baseball Shouldn't Strap the City," Washington Post, December 23, 2002, p A18. (action)

Stephen Koff, "Nader asks papers to help inspire couch spuds," Cleveland Plain Dealer, December 13, 2002. (action)

Shawn McCarthy, "Cleaning Up Dirty Football," Washington Post, November 9, 2002, p A24. (action)

Michael O'Keeffe and T.J. Quinn, "Cities start to play hardball," New York Daily News, October 13, 2002. (action)

Capital Research Center, "Briefly Noted," Organization Trends, July, 2002. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Distortion Noted," New York Times, June 23, 2002. (action)

Bill Livingston, "When will NBA whistle refs?," Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 17, 2002. (action)

Gersh Kuntzman, "Nader's on the Ball," Newsweek, June 10, 2002. (action)

Harvey Araton, "Conspiracy Theorists Miss One at the Line," New York Times, June 10, 2002. (action)

Ray Ratto, "Nader and League of Fans are on the case,", June 8, 2002. (action)

Seth Sandronsky, "A Hoop Dream?," Common Dreams, June 8, 2002. (action)

Ken Peters, "Unsafe at Any Series," Associated Press, June 7, 2002. (action)

Tim Keown, "This Week's List," ESPN The Magazine, June 7, 2002. (action)

"Nader urges Stern to review officiating," USA Today, June 6, 2002. (action)

Maria Recio, "Nader wants whistle to be blown on NBA," Fort Worth Star-Telegram, June 6, 2002, p 1. (action)

Mark Kreidler, "Forget the conspiracy and hit the free throws," Sacramento Bee, June 6, 2002, p C7. (action)

"Nader urges NBA to review officiating," San Francisco Chronicle, June 5, 2002, p C-2. (action)

"Nader requests Game 6 review," San Jose Mercury News, June 6, 2002. (action)

"Nader blows whistle," Sacramento Bee, June 5, 2002, p C6. (action)

"Nader wants NBA to review West's Game 6," Associated Press, June 5, 2002. (action)

"Nader encourages Missouri House to oppose stadium bill," St. Louis Business Journal, May 15, 2002. (action)

"Ralph Nader Weighs in on Stadium-Funding Bill," St. Louis Indymedia Center, May 14, 2002. (action)

Ralph Nader, "No Work Stoppage for Baseball!," syndicated column: In the Public Interest, October 17, 2001. (action)

Luke Cyphers, "Nader Group Wants Ephedra Ban," New York Daily News, September 6, 2001, p 95. (action)

Michael McCarthy, "Dot-coms are dead, but not forgotten, at stadiums," USA Today, August 20, 2001. (action)

"Study Shows Red Sox Financially Competitive at Fenway Park," Common Dreams, June 13, 2001. (action)

Ron Kampeas, "Sports Fans Organizing to Protest 'Corporate Welfare'," Associated Press, April 27, 2001.

Stephen Foutes, "Foes of stadium funding plan make pitch," Jefferson City News Tribune, April 18, 2001. (action)

Luke Cyphers and Michael O'Keeffe, "Rangers Hit Gold But Taxpayers Whiff," New York Daily News, April 15, 2001, p 56.

Sabrina Eaton, "Stadium deals hurt taxpayers, Nader says," Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 11, 2001, p 1-A.

Dave McKenna, "Unfair at Any Fee," Washington City Paper, February 23, 2001, p 17.

Ralph Nader, "Whose Stadium is it Anyway?," Rocky Mountain News, January 28, 2001. (action)

Gary Ruskin, "Omnipresent Advertising is Bowling Us Over," Fort Worth Star-Telegram, January 28, 2001. (action)

Ralph Nader and Shawn McCarthy, "Stadium Owners must be as Blind as Denkinger," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, January 3, 2001, p B7. (action)

"The Home Field Advantage," The Riverdeep Current, December 12, 2000. (action)

Steve Marantz, "Nader urges Green vote to send Dems a message," Boston Herald, September 27, 2000.

Randy Divinski, "Saving Fenway Park," Elysian Fields Quarterly, Fall, 2000 (Vol. 17 / No. 4), pp 51-54. (action) / (action) / (action)

Ben Geman, "Nader says no to new Fenway," Boston Phoenix, March 30, 2000. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Stadium subsidies scalp the public," Boston Globe, March 27, 2000. (action)

Meg Vaillancourt, "Nader blasts Red Sox on ballpark plan, instead, he says, team should fund Fenway upgrades," Boston Globe, March 26, 2000. (action)

Rudolph A. Pyatt Jr., "Finally, Planning Won't Be A Dirty Word in the District," Washington Post, July 12, 1999. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Lessons To Be Learned From Patriots Debacle," Hartford Courant, May 10, 1999. (action)

Ralph Nader, "No Ads on Baseball Uniforms," Austin American Statesman, April 12, 1999. (action)

Zoe Konovalov, "Critics dampen Patriots stadium excitement," Yale Herald, February 19, 1999. (action) / (action)

"Nader The Critic Stands In Good Company," Hartford Courant, January 12, 1999. (action) / (action)

Ralph Nader, Letter to the Editor: no title, Hartford Courant, January 6, 1999. (action)

Janice Battista, "Nader Blasts the Patriots Deal," Litchfield County Times, January 1, 1999. (action) / (action)

Keith C. Burris, "Nader speaks too little, too late," Journal Inquirer, December 31, 1998. (action) / (action)

Keith M. Phaneuf, "Nader, others line up against deal," Journal Inquirer, December 29, 1998. (action) / (action)

Cosmo Macero Jr., "Nader aims to defeat Pats' Conn. deal," Boston Herald, December 29, 1998. (action) / (action)

"Activist skeptical of Conn. stadium," Associated Press, December 29, 1998. (action) / (action)

Mark Pazniokas, "Nader Out To Sack Stadium Deal," Hartford Courant, December 29, 1998. (action) / (action)

"New Stadium for Patriots Won't Be Built, Nader Says," New York Times, December 29, 1998, p A15. (action) / (action)

"Nader Fights Stadium," Washington Post, December 29, 1998, p D2. (action) / (action)

Ralph Nader, "No Taxpayer Funded Stadium for the Patriots in Hartford!," syndicated column: In the Public Interest, December 21, 1998. (action)

John Breen, "Patriots' hustlers turn state motto into 'How about me?'," Manchester Journal Inquirer, December 15, 1998. (action) / (action)

Dan Shaughnessy, "Kraft goes to Conn., keeps con going," Boston Globe, December 11, 1998. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Who Are We Kidding With This Sweetheart Deal?," Hartford Courant, December 6, 1998. (action)

Mike Swift and Matthew Daly, "Nader Calls Pats Plan 'Corporate Socialism'," Hartford Courant, December 1, 1998. (action)

Don Michak, "Nader: Rowland trying to rush Patriots deal," Journal Inquirer, November 30, 1998. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Let's run defense vs. Bills' blackout," Democrat and Chronicle, August 17, 1998, p 5A. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Nader Uniting Fans," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, August 9, 1998, p D2. (action)

"The Big Show with Keith Olbermann," MSNBC, August 3, 1998 episode. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Let's give fans a voice on the Browns," Cleveland Plain Dealer, August, 1998. (action)

Robert Polner, "Nader Hits Plan to Sell Stadium Name Rights," Newsday, July 31, 1998. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Baseball really better without a commissioner," USA Today, July 16, 1998, p 14A. (action)

Jamie Trecker, "We're Mad as Hell, and ... You Know the Rest," Inside Sports, October, 1997. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Roldo Bartimole's Point of View," syndicated column: In the Public Interest, July 21, 1997. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Welfare for billionaire Pual Allen," syndicated column: In the Public Interest, May 28, 1997. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Americans Miss The Real Heroes," Oklahoma Observer, May 10, 1997. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Real Role Models And Heroes Ignored By Media," Liberal Opinion Week, April 28, 1997. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Fleecing Taxpayers Of Their Arenas," Oklahoma Observer, April 10, 1997. (action)

Ralph Nader, "Corporations Acting Above The Law," Liberal Opinion Week, April 7, 1997. (action)

"After 20 years, Nader says now might be right time for FANS," Washington Times, February 24, 1997, p B9.

Ralph Nader, "Green Bay Packers Owned By Their Fans," Liberal Opinion Week, January 27, 1997. (action)

Ralph Nader, "NFL defeats Cleveland 200 million to 1," San Jose Mercury-News, April 9, 1996. (action)

Anthony Ramirez, "Consumer Crusader Feels a Chill Wind in Washington" New York Times, December 31, 1995, p. F1.

David Barsamian, "An Interview with Ralph Nader," Z Magazine, February, 1995.

Ralph Nader, "Artificial Turf Is Taking Heavy Toll," Oklahoma Observer, February 1, 1994. (action)

Ralph Nader, "When the Redskins made all barriers collapse in Washington D.C.," syndicated column: In the Public Interest, February 3, 1983. (action)

"What They Are Saying," New York Times, January 28, 1979, p. S7.

Tom Duffy, "Cheerleaders hit the road," Chicago Tribune, April 11, 1978, p. C3.

Leo Zainea, "Sports Chiefs Rip Tax Reform," Chicago Tribune, March 18, 1978, p. G3.

"Ralph Nader and Peter Gruenstein, director of Fight to Advance the Nation's Sports, discuss consumer ripoffs," Phil Donahue, February 27, 1978.

"Monday's TV Talk," Chicago Tribune, February 27, 1978, p. A10.

"Lower prices urged," The Globe and Mail (Toronto), February 21, 1978, p. P36.

Linda Charlton, "Ralph Nader's Conglomerate is Big Business," New York Times, January 29, 1978, p. E3.

"Sports News Briefs: FANS, Nader Group, Opens New York Drive," New York Times, December 17, 1977, p. 35.

Peter Gruenstein, "-- No Title --," New York Times, December 11, 1977, p. 214.

Arthur Diamond, "Help for Sports Fans? Nader's Idea Is Dissected," New York Times, October 30, 1977, p. 185.

David Condon, "Wobbly vote for Nader," Chicago Tribune, September 30, 1977, p. E3.

Ralph Nader, "A Consumer Group for Sports Fans," syndicated column: In the Public Interest, June 8, 1977.

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