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Go There takes a look at why young people love Bernie Sanders. High school and college students from across the country recently gathered at the Young Democratic Socialists of America conference in Chicago to learn how to be better organizers. CNN’s Elle Reeve followed a few students over one weekend in February, speaking with them about Sanders, why democratic socialism is so popular right now, and why it’s important to them.

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Why young people love Bernie Sanders

Go There takes a look at why young people love Bernie Sanders. High school and college students from across the country recently gathered at the Young Democratic Socialists of America conference in Chicago to learn how to be better organizers. CNN’s Elle Reeve followed a few students over one weekend in February, speaking with them about Sanders, why democratic socialism is so popular right now, and why it’s important to them.

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