Narrowing the Divide between College and Trade Schools

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College is now regarded as the "new high-school," with a four-year degree considered necessary for success in America's evolving economy. So why are so many four-year graduates underemployed and ill-equipped for the high-skilled jobs that are available? Would vocational schools better serve the workforce — and the economy? 

Later on the program, how news coverage of the failed presidential candidacy of Democrat Gary Hart predicted the phenomenon of Donald Trump.