Bernie Sanders exemplifies the Servant Leader.
Does his Democratic opponent? Do any of the Republican opponents?
Is this what a servant leader looks like?
"Well, can I talk and then maybe you can listen to what I say...," said the "humble" Presidential hopeful. When the concerned citizen was removed from the room, Clinton said, "Okay, back to the issues. The issues that I think are important." Which, apparently are NOT all of the issues that some everyday citizens think are important.
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In case you didn't know, or don't remember, Professor Reich endorsed Bernie Sanders for President.
I endorse Bernie Sanders for President of the United States. He’s leading a movement to reclaim America for the many, not the few. And such a political mobilization – a “political revolution,” as he puts it -- is the only means by which we can get the nation back from the moneyed interests that now control so much of our economy and democracy.
This extraordinary concentration of income, wealth, and political power at the very top imperils all else – our economy, our democracy, the revival of the American middle class, the prospects for the poor and for people of color, the necessity of slowing and reversing climate change, and a sensible foreign policy not influenced by the “military-industrial complex,” as President Dwight Eisenhower once called it. It is the fundamental prerequisite: We have little hope of achieving positive change on any front unless the American people are once again in control...
I believe Bernie Sanders is the agent of change this nation so desperately needs.