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Millenials share the love with Sanders

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The Democratic presidential hopeful pops up more than cat videos on my Facebook timeline.
A co-worker recently asked me — since I am a proud millennial — what appeal does Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) have to young voters.

It’s simple, yet complex.

Millenials’ parents, community leaders and early 90s politicians promised a brighter future than generations before.

But in reality, Millenials received the tail end of the Internet boom, witnessed major terrorist attacks and an economic recession close in size of the Great Depression.

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