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Sanders' Anti-Capitalism May Put Him At Risk: Bolivia's Morales | News | teleSUR English: The two left-wing leaders met during a conference in Vatican City, the topic of which was economic justice.

Sanders delivered a speech calling for a "Moral Economy."

"That situation is worse today. In the year 2016, the top one percent of the people on this planet own more wealth than the bottom 99 percent," the self-described democratic socialist said. "At a time when so few have so much, and so many have so little, we must reject the foundations of this contemporary economy as immoral and unsustainable."

The tweet also featured a photo of Morales handing Sanders a copy of the "The Book of the Sea," which details Chile's counter-revolutionary actions against Bolivia regarding the Andean nation's access to the Atlantic coastline.

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