Senator Bernie Sanders: Sanders & Finnish Ambassador Pekka Lintu

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Finland has one of the highest living standards in the world - and is nonetheless regarded as having the most competitive economy in the world. The Finns have eliminated childhood poverty, provide comprehensive healthcare to all, and child care is available to every family, free. Pekka Lintu, Finland's embassador to U.S., talks about these social issues in the Senator Sanders' Town Meeting held in Burlington, Vermont.

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