Ted Rall's Bernie Bio Has Extra Relevance in the Wake of the Democrats' Presidential Defeat

Ted Rall's Bernie Bio Has Extra Relevance in the Wake of the Democrats' Presidential Defeat

By Hans Rollman

While clearly endorsing Bernie Sanders’ politics, Rall offers an interesting and balanced portrait of the man behind the politics. 2 Dec 2016 // 7:30 AM

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