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How can the nation deal with soaring cost of college?

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President Obama is focusing on something that is increasingly the source of high anxiety for middle class families -- the cost of higher education.  Matt Taibbi, contributing editor for Rolling Stone Magazine, Anya Kamenetz, reporter and author of Generation Debt, and Robert Kelchen, assistant professor of higher education at Seton Hall University and a contributor to The Washington Monthly, join Chris Hayes to talk about what can be done.