Like any event whose life span stretches into five decades, MUFSO has had its fair share of memorable moments.The 1969 event was a controversial one, for example, with black activists taking attendees to task for a lack of minority franchisees. Then political activist and perennial presidential candidate Ralph Nader, who was a speaker at the meeting, further impugned attendees’ ethics by accusing them of being the silent accomplices of manufacturers, compliantly selling whatever industry ...
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