Action for a Change

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Action for a Change. A Student's Manual for Public Interest Organizing is a 1971 book written by consumer advocate Ralph Nader with Donald K. Ross, Brett English, and Joseph Highland. The book serves as a manual for college students establishing Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs), and chronicles the formation of PIRGs in Oregon and Minnesota.[1]

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  1. ^ Nader, Ralph; Ross, Donald; English, Brett; Highland, Joseph (1971). Action for a Change. A Student's Manual for Public Interest Organizing. New York: Grossman Publishers. ISBN 978-0-670-10319-5.