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Campaign '92 / Democratic National Convention / Brown #142300

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 14, 1992
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(Madison Square Garden: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Madison Square Garden: Jim Wooten) The second day of the Democratic national convention featured; scenes shown to illustrate the circus atmosphere on the convention floor, including the actions of Jerry Brown's supporters. [BROWN - says the press is trying to find a story.] [Democratic consultant Susan ESTRICH - says this is a moderate, mainstream ticket.]

(Madison Square Garden: Peter Jennings) Views of candidate Governor Bill Clinton on Brown given. [In an interview, CLINTON - talks about Brown, his delegates, his refusal to endorse the nominee.]

(Convention floor: Jeff Greenfield) The move of the Democratic Party to the middle featured; the party's platform language on such issues as welfare, crime and values quoted. [Convention chairman Ann RICHARDS, keynote speakers Barbara JORDAN, Governor Zell MILLER - make speeches.] ["Chain Reaction" author Tom EDSALL - says the platform shows the party is for the middle class voter.]

Reporter(s):
Greenfield, Jeff;
Jennings, Peter;
Wooten, Jim
Duration:
00:06:40

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