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Sanders to Promote New Book in Burlington and Montpelier


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A week after Election Day, Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-Vt.) account of his 2016 presidential campaign will arrive in a bookstore near you. A week after that, Sanders himself may arrive in a bookstore near you. 

Vermont's junior senator plans to embark on a three-week book tour (with a brief break for Thanksgiving) starting November 14 in New York City and concluding December 2 in San Francisco, according to publisher Thomas Dunne Books, an imprint of Macmillan Publishers. The tour will touch down in Vermont on November 22 with stops in Burlington, Montpelier and Manchester. 

In the book, called Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In, Sanders "shares his personal experiences from the campaign trail, recounting the details of his historic primary fight and the people who made it possible," according to the publisher. He also outlines a progressive agenda for "the millions looking to continue the political revolution." The book's publication date is November 15. 

Details of Sanders' Vermont events are as follows:

Manchester: Hosted by Northshire Bookstore at Burr and Burton Academy's Riley Center for the Arts (57 Seminary Avenue), November 22 at noon (doors open at 11:15 a.m.). More information and tickets available here

Montpelier: Bear Pond Books (77 Main Street), November 22 at 4 p.m. More information available here

Burlington: Hosted by Phoenix Books at the First Unitarian Universalist Society Meeting House (152 Pearl Street), November 22 at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.). More information and tickets available here.

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