Our Revolution - How Do You Run a Presidential Campaign? Summary & Analysis

Bernie Sanders
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Sanders dedicates the bulk of this chapter to his campaign’s message. He claims he has always known “that the most important part of any successful campaign is the message,” which for him “was the easy part” (87). First and foremost, his campaign aimed to give a voice to those “almost always ignored by government,” including working families, the elderly, youth, the sick, and the poor (87). He wanted to unite these groups in a fight against corporate media and the ruling class. He promised to “inject the radial concept of ‘morality’ into the campaign,” before posing a series of questions dissecting the lack of morality in today’s current political environment (88). Sanders compares the U.S. to other developed nations in the world, and highlights the deficiencies present in our current system that more democratic nations have solved. He...

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