Public Citizen’s record of achievement is a testament to the dedicated people who founded the organization, and who envisioned and innovated new modes of advocacy. Those persons include Ralph Nader, Joan Claybrook, Dr. Sidney Wolfe and Alan Morrison. Public Citizen’s record is a testament, as well, to the hundreds of enormously talented staff who have turned the early vision into reality.
Public Citizen has succeeded by combining hard work, investigative acumen, sophisticated advocacy strategies, and intellectual creativity, with a passion for justice and democracy and a powerful commitment to improve the lives of Americans. A distinctive feature of Public Citizen’s advocacy approach has been to set its sights on what it knows is right – not just what seemed politically feasible at the time and that’s good. Public Citizen has succeeded over the past 40 years by taking an “unreasonable” position and then “changing the terms of debate, so what seemed impossible becomes possible – and then winnable.”
Forty years after its founding, Public Citizen is now a public trust. The organization remains populated with gifted and enthusiastic staff who are adept at deploying old and new advocacy tools. The current group is committed to carrying on Public Citizen’s grand and enduring traditions as they pioneer new strategies to deepen democracy, guarantee the right to health and safety, achieve justice for all, and promote stewardship of the planet.
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