For sure there was some jockeying for best camera position with another candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders, when he visited Baltimore last week in a meeting organized by the Rev. Jamal Bryant of Empowerment Temple. But his roundtable discussion with about 20 religious and civic leaders was more substantive, covering criminal justice, educational and economic issues. More importantly here, Mr. Sanders did not have to step out of character to connect his agenda with theirs. "It is the wealthiest country in the history of the world," he says of the United States. "We can create a society in which all of our people have a decent standard of living — not a society in which almost all new income and wealth goes to the top 1 percent." As he does elsewhere, he talked income inequality, education and justice.