Sanders or Bloomberg: Who’s right about billionaires? | IN 60 SECONDS

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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has made staunch criticism of billionaires a significant part of his campaign, and he’s found a new target in Democratic opponent Michael Bloomberg. Are billionaires good or bad? Who really benefits from their ambition? AEI’s Brent Orrell looks to Adam Smith and gossip magazines to give a more accurate lens on “the good life.”

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