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Campaign '92 / Democratic National Convention / Jackson Interview / Mandela #345344

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 13, 1992
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(Madison Square Garden: Dan Rather) Interview held with Jesse Jackson. [JACKSON - comments on voter turnout, unemployment, being the party of the people, his public appearances.] Scenes shown of Jackson at the '84 and '88 Democratic national conventions; excerpt shown of "Sister Souljah" music video. [College professor Geneva SMITHERMAN, school principal Clifford WATSON - comment on Jackson.]

(Madison Square Garden: Richard Threlkeld) Discussion held about the level of support within the Democratic Party for the Governor Bill Clinton-Senator Albert Gore ticket.

(Madison Square Garden: Dan Rather) CBS News reported confirming that South African leader Nelson Mandela will be speaking at the convention on Wednesday night.

Rather, Dan;
Threlkeld, Richard

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