It is still early in the nomination race ahead of the US presidential election 2016. At the time of writing, Republicans have 17 hopefuls offering circus to the people, while Democrats are far more glitzy. "Everyone" has long thought that it is obvious that Hillary Clinton will be the Democrat candidate this time – so obvious that potential challengers hesitate to get on the field.
Except for Bernie. Bernie Sanders, independent senator from Burlington, Vermont, one of America's more radical outposts. Bernie, with roots in the student movement in the sixties, a self-proclaimed social democrat and with clear role models in the northern European political landscape. When he ran for president of Vermont in 2005, he was backed by Democrats. . .
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