Bernie Sanders's Political Revolution Enters Phase Two

If phase one was convincing people he can be competitive, phase two is showing people he can win.

Senator Bernie Sanders, an independent from Vermont and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate, greets attendees after speaking during a Meskwaki Nation Town Meeting at the Meskwaki Tribal Center in Tama, Iowa, U.S., on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015. Sanders said yesterday he doesn't have a foreign policy section on his website's issues page because one of his campaign's problems is that "our support is growing faster than our political infrastructure."

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Ever since the crowds started showing up, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has made a point of saying that the media has no idea why Americans wanted to join the political revolution.

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