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Campaign '88 / Democratic Party / 1968 Reflections #322264

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 15, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Historic film shown of Martin Luther King, Junior's funeral. [Jesse JACKSON - recalls 1968; mentions King and Robert F. Kennedy.] [In 1968 and present, Julian BOND - comments on Channing Phillips being nominated for vice president] [In 1968, BOND - comments on nomination for president] Scenes shown from 1968 Democratic Convention [California assembly speaker Willie BROWN - comments on 1968 convention and Lester Maddox] [Representative John CONYERS - compares 1968 to 1988.] [BOND - comments on impact of 1968 political climate.] [JACKSON - comments on 1964 conv.] [Law professor Eleanor Holmes NORTON - comments on Fannie Lou Hamer.] [In 1972, JACKSON - campaigns.] [BOND - comments on Shirley Chisholm's campaign in 1972.] [NORTON - comments on Jackson.] [Mississippi NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) president Aaron HENRY - comments on changing attitudes.] [JACKSON - says he's qualified to be vice president]

Rather, Dan

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