Why Does the Democratic Party Insist on Marginalizing Bernie Sanders?
Posted on Mar 19, 2017
Despite polls showing that the Vermont senator is the most popular politician in the U.S., his party continues to thwart his agenda at every turn; and, to understand Trump’s rise, perhaps a good place to look is Iraq. These discoveries and more below.
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