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Sanders to billionaires: 'You can't have it all'

Burlington Free Press (Vermont) - Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., pulled out the stops Tuesday at his presidential campaign launch in Burlington, as he outlined his role in "a political revolution to transform the country -- economically, politically, economically and environmentally."

"Brothers and sisters, now is not the time for thinking small," he told a large crowd at Waterfront Park. "Now is not the time for the same-old-same-old. Now is the time for millions of working families to revitalize American democracy."  Read more.

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