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By Brett Brownell, MSNBC

This morning we covered last night’s Huckabee forum and Rick Santorum’s defense of his statement calling President Obama a snob for wanting everyone in America to go to college. We also analyzed the complicated Republican delegate count process, the missing middle from the political spectrum, and racially motivated voter suppression and redistricting. Plus, Chris and his panel explained what they think You Should Know for the week ahead, including the Super Tuesday primary.

Joining Chris were:

Rev. Al Sharpton, host of MSNBC’s “PoliticsNation” and founder of the National Action Network.

Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN), represents Tennessee’s 9th district in the Memphis area.

Michelle Bernard, founder, president, and CEO of Bernard Center for Women, Politics and Public Policy.

Goldie Taylor, author of “An Uncivil War”.

Michael Castle, former governor and congressional representative (R-DE).

John McWhorter, Columbia University professor of linguistic and American studies and contributing editor at New Republic and TheRoot.com.

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