In Bernie Sanders: A Biography of the Socialist Running for President, you will learn about the life, career, and ambitions of Bernie Sanders. The Vermont senator has shaken up the race for the 2016 Democratic nomination for president, challenging the front-runner Hillary Clinton. Sanders has a long history of activism, dating back to his college years, when he was involved in the Civil Rights Movement. Sanders has drawn praise for his consistent positions and for standing up for the middle class. As an outsider, who has remained true to his progressive values, he has seen a surge of supporters for his candidacy. Listen to this biography to gain insight on the life and views of this potential next US president.
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I VOTED FOR BERNIE ANYWAY!
Two girlfriends told me about Bernie over a year ago, and after a speech excerpt or two, I knew he was virtuous, serious and spoke for the 99%. How can we want anything else except an economy and politics which works for us all? This little book is an excellent,
clear, and sensible short introduction to Bernie's person and background. It gave me grounding for my positive feelings toward him as it explained that his message has always been the same values throughout his whole career, more or less starting in high
school. He certainly has a necessary place in ANY debate,discussion or speech, and I look forward to the time when we have actual subject covered which include the numerically lesser candidates. (I could not stomach listening to the inane stupidity, trumpery, and **** filled mud slinging between the two major runners.)
If you are now at leisure to find out some basics about Bernie, I highly recommend this
book by Benjamin Sutherland. You'll learn a lot in 2 or 3 commutes.
The narrator was someone for non fiction whom I would like again. He only mispronounced two or three words, but this was little noticeable as his whole delivery
was well paced, just expressive enough for the subject, clear and bold; overall quite
- Lanna S. Seuret