Rather than calling for an overhaul of the government system, Chen Guangcheng is striving to make reforms within the current structure. P.J. Crowley is former assistant secretary of state for public affairs. He is now a professor at George Washington University. Jonathan Fenby is an expert on China. His latest book on China is called "Tiger Head, Snake Tails: China Today." In other political news, we look at the uproar over a gay Romney aide's resignation, interview the mayor of Detroit, and we speak with Madeleine Albright about finding out at 59 that her ancestors were Jewish.