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VIDEO: Bernie Sanders rally attracts hundreds at UMass

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The unofficial student organization UMass for Bernie Sanders hosted a rally for the democratic presidential candidate on Tuesday evening outside the Student Union. About 200 attendees listened to several student speakers, economics professor Gerald Friedman and Public Higher Education Network of Massachusetts organizational director Ferd Wulkan speak on issues of student debt and income inequality.

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