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Your Call: The differences between Bernie and Hillary

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ABC News coverage of the Democratic Presidential debate from St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH, airing Saturday, Dec. 19, 2015

 

On the January 26th edition of Your Call, we’ll discuss the differences between leading Democratic Presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. 

Monday February 1st is the Iowa caucus. Bernie Sanders' popularity has forced Hillary Clinton to embrace a more progressive platform, but they still differ on key issues like universal healthcare, Wall Street regulation, and free college tuition. What do you want to know about their platforms? And what does this race mean for the future of the Democratic Party? 

Guests:

Katrina vanden Heuvel, Editor and Publisher of The Nation

Norman Solomon, journalist, media critic, author and activist

Ally Boguhn, the Political and Campaigns Editor at RH Reality Check 

Web Resources:

Al Jazeera: Will Sanders Challenge Clinton on Foreign Policy?

The Nation: Bernie Sanders for President

The Atlantic: Where Bernie and Hillary really disagree

The Nation: Why I’m ready -- and excited -- for Hillary  

New York Times: How Changes Happens

Robert Reich: The Volcanic Core Fueling the 2016 Elections

RH Reality Check: Politics and Election Coverage

Inside Gov: Bernie Sanders v. Hillary Clinton

Business Insider: Here’s where Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders stand on the issues