- That Thursday when the Senate went nuclear. Joining All In to discuss its significance are New Mexico Senator Tom Udall and Virginia Senator Tim Kaine.
- The term “filibuster” is nowhere in the constitution. So what are the origins of the practice? An All In history lesson on the filibuster. Joining Chris Hayes to help tell the story are Former Spokesman for Senate majority leader Harry Reid, Jim Manley, and Former Senate Parliamentarian, Alan Frumin.
- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is replacing Gov. Bobby Jindal as chair of the Republican Governor’s Association. Will the Governor encourage Republicans to finally concentrate on jobs? MSNBC Contributor Jared Bernstein and Co-director at the Center for Economic & Policy Research, Dean Baker.
- Chris Hayes talks about how television informed the way Americans experienced John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Joining All In to discuss are Journalist and author of the recently published “Top Down: A Novel of the Kennedy Assassination,” Jim Lehrer, and Ambassador William vanden Heuvel.
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