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    Bernie Sanders

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    On May 27, 2015, Bernie Sanders, State Senator for Vermont, announced that he was going to run for President of the United States in the 2016 election. He is presently in this race for the Presidency with Hillary Clinton as his only competitor for in the Democratic election, but it does not seem like the free thinking candidate will take the victory. Bernie Sanders was born on September 8, 1941, as the younger of two children. Being from a poor Jewish family that emigrated from Poland during World War II, he face very difficult financial issues. His childhood experiences were very similar to the ones that he is now trying to prevent each young person in the United States from experiencing themselves. Coming from this background, he has said,…

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    next President. The Presidential Candidate we are going to evaluate is known as a progressive socialist. He is the Independent Senator of Vermont and Presidential Candidate for the Democratic Party, Mr. Bernie Sanders. His political agenda is very controversial because he is against big government and in favor of an equal share of wealth. His “socialistic” political views contradict the capitalistic nation we live in, so he is very criticized from many individuals. Some of the personality traits…

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    Senator Bernie Sanders is one of the Democratic candidates running for Presidency for the United States for the 2016 election. In 2006, he was elected U.S senate after 16 years of Vermont’s sole man in the House Of Representatives. For 35 years, Bernie Sanders has fought tirelessly for working families and gender equality. Regardless of the many candidates running for the presidency, Bernie Sanders is the fittest candidate running with many well thought out ideas involving economic inequality,…

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    Bernie sanders has a lot of people on his side including republicans, women, LGTB, millennials, and minorities. Bernie sanders has been fighting for millennials and minorities since the beginning. According to Bernie Sanders himself "When we stand together, we will always win. When men and women stand together for justice, we win. When black, white and Hispanic people stand together for justice, we win. When straight and gay people stand together for justice, we win. When working families stand…

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    Media Bias In Research

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    their interpretation. Bernie Sanders’ plan ensures that every American student gets the opportunity to go to college regardless of their family’s financial situation. Each article proves how the author reveals bias by revealing the rhetoric that persuades the intended audience and who’s responsible for the perpetuation of misinformation. Although the author’s criticizes the government’s role in Bernie Sanders by emphasizing the problems with the budget of the country and providing skewed…

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    Brianna Binion ENC 1101 August 8, 2016 Bernie Sanders means of persuasion In the article “Make College free for all,” Senator Bernie Sanders uses the presidential election as an opportunity to expose the truth why numerous citizens do not achieve “the American dream” (Sanders 3). Sanders argues that a college education should be free for all citizens. Furthermore, he explains why numerous Americans do not get a chance to go to college. In the article “Make College free for all,” Senator Bernie…

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    Essay On Bernie Sanders

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    BERNIE SANDERS “Difficult times often bring out the best in people,” - Bernie Sanders 2013. Bernie Sanders was born September 8th, 1941, currently 74. As a start to his career, he became mayor of Burlington, Vermont for 4 terms. From 1991 to 2007, Sanders was successful as one of the country’s few independent legislators in the U.S. In 2007, Bernie Sanders won the election to the U.S Senate and was reelected in 2012. Now, Bernie Sanders is in the presidential election as a Democrat. This is a…

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    Bernie Sanders Speech

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    Imagine a land where majority of its income wasn’t going to just the top one percent. This is dream that Bernie Sanders one day hopes to achieve if he is nominated as the president. Although he highlights the weak pillars of the Nations and hopes to reconstruct them by practically no strategic way, he does a good job appealing to the feelings of the nation. What makes Bernie Sanders so appealing? By saying what people want to hear. By convincing the audience that if he was to be voted as the…

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    Bernie Sanders Biography

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    Senator Bernie Sanders is America's longest-serving independent politician in Congress and a candidate for president in 2016. IN THESE GROUPS FAMOUS PEOPLE NAMED BERNIE FAMOUS MAYORS FAMOUS CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES FAMOUS PEOPLE BORN IN BROOKLYN Show All Groups 1 of 6 « » QUOTES “What my campaign is about is a political revolution - millions of people standing up and saying, enough is enough. Our government belongs to all of us, and not just a handful of billionaires.” —Bernie Sanders…

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    Bernie Sanders Uniqueness

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    presidents who have fallen miserably in the same status quo, following the same guidelines from presidents of previous elections. This is where Bernie Sanders steps in to show his uniqueness and to change the tide in the presidential election of 2016. This unique candidate is the type of person who will approach issues in a different manner. He has stayed devoted to many of his own aspects that other presidents or candidates have not throughout their campaign. It may seem strange or even taboo…

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