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Campaign '92 / Democratic National Convention / A Week in Review #142361

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jul 17, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The week of the Democratic national convention reviewed; scenes shown from Madison Square Garden. [Keynote speaker Senator Bill BRADLEY - says American leadership has waffled, wiggled and wavered.] [Governor Zell MILLER - says our commander-in-chief talks like Dirty Harry and acts likes Barney Fife.] [Former Congressman Barbara JORDAN - calls for investment and growth.] Backers of Jerry Brown and women's issues shown. [Jesse JACKSON - says "keep hope alive."] [AIDS activist Elizabeth GLASER - comments.] Intrusion of the camp of Ross Perot into the Democrats' limelight noted. [Perot campaign adviser Ed ROLLINS - says he is resigning.] [Governor Mario CUOMO - nominates Governor Bill Clinton.] [PEROT - comments.] [Perot BACKER - calls him a con man.] [CLINTON - says he still believes in a place called hope.]

Jennings, Peter

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