Senator Bernie Sanders came out of nowhere in 2016 to nearly upset Hillary Clinton’s bid for the Democratic party’s nomination for U.S. President. Along the campaign trail, he sowed seeds for political revolution. Now Sanders is on the stump again, reminding his supporters—and persuading new followers—to demand more from their politicians. Harvard Book Store, The Boston Review, and MIT’s Department of Political Science host Senator Sanders at MIT for a talk about his new book, 'Our Revolution; A Future to Believe In'. The event is sold out, but you can watch it here in real time on March 31st at 5 p.m. Questions for Senator Sanders will only be taken from the Kresge auditorium audience, but we still welcome your comments here. Photo credit: (cc) MichaelVadon/Flickr
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