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Published on Jan 10, 2012
Sen. Bernie Sanders visited four Vermont high schools earlier this month to hear students' opinions about what they think the role of government should be. He challenged them to think about what issues are most important and to consider the major problems facing the nation. At Essex High School, students asked Bernie about what could be done to reduce the staggering income inequality in the United States. Others expressed concern about the debt they would accumulate to go to college. At Spaulding High School in Barre, Vt., students continued to debate the issues in dueling Facebook posts long after Bernie left.