More than 25,000 people came out to see Bernie Sanders speak in Boston, Sunday, filling the floor of the Boston Exhibition and Convention Center. Large screens outside broadcast his speech - which railed against income inequality and racism - to the few thousand who could not fit inside. "All over this country people are coming out and demanding fundamental change in the way we do business," said the Vermont Senator. The left-wing candidate for the Democratic Party's nomination for president in the 2016 US presidential election race has in recent weeks boasted impressive polling and fund-raising numbers. Sanders has a slight lead over Clinton in New Hampshire and has gained on the former secretary of state in Iowa, two key primary states.
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