Aides point to the Republican's experience on corporate boards and his inner circle's business experience as guideposts for his philosophy.
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Where They Stand
The Republican presidential hopeful wants to force every agency to justify its spending by starting with a budget of zero and working up from there.
The self-described socialist has made economic change the reason behind his presidential campaign.
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