The latest print edition of National Review features an interesting blurb about the left-most major-party candidate in the 2016 presidential race:

Bernie Sanders held a rally in front of the Brooklyn apartment building where he lived as a boy. The neighborhood (Midwood), once solidly Jewish, is now home to many Russians. An enterprising New York Times reporter interviewed one of them, in the apartment two stories above Sanders’ old one. “I hate him!” said Farida Lazareva, 57. “If you lived under socialists, you’d hate them too. They make everyone poor. … If it will be Sanders, we will have the same here. Everybody who comes from a Communist country, Russians, Eastern Europeans, even Latinos from Cuba, feel this way. When you know what will happen, when you see it — you’re Republican.” Immigrants: doing the intellectual work that American socialists won’t do.