Several scholars have a different view on the economy issue than Bernie Sanders does. Following the topic of economy, an article defending the one percent of America that has a high income states that Professor Edward McCaffery argued for the United States to repeal its federal income and estate taxes. These taxes play a bigger role on people who usually have a high income. Discussing about free college tuition an article states, “Tuition fee policies and the financial assistan...
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...rgy policies so that we can combat climate change to stop global warming. Marco Rubio looked to approve the Keystone XL project which would be harmful to many environments and he doesn’t believe in global warming which is a topic that needs serious consideration as it puts a threat to the lives of everyone on Earth. It can be seen that Bernie more focused on helping and protecting the people of America. The next best candidate I would’ve selected was Hillary Clinton. I would’ve chosen her because she shares some of the same views as Bernie Sanders on the issues like economy and energy but on the topic of foreign policy she believes that we should believe involved in other countries’ problems and I don’t agree with that opinion. I agree more with Bernie’s view on the topic and not be the world’s policeman and shouldn’t have to solve all of the world’s problems.
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