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Could Detroit bankruptcy lead to a new beginning?

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Detroit Free Press Columnist Rochelle Riley and Mark Binelli, author of "The Last Days of Detroit" and "Detroit City is the Place to Be" join MSNBC’s Alex Witt. Rochelle explains that the financial crisis has been “a long time coming.” Binelli talks about some of the positive changes in Detroit such as the area around the university and hospital. He mentions his “native tenacious optimism” regarding the future of Detroit.