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The Democratic Convention #650347

CBS Special for Wednesday, Jul 15, 1992

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Live CBS coverage and analysis of the 1992 Democratic Convention with Dan Rather (CBS), including:

  • New York Governor Mario Cuomo's speech to the convention.
  • The nomination of Clinton as the Democratic Party's presidential candidate via roll call vote of each state.
  • Live remarks to the convention by Bill Clinton.
  • Analysis includes the participation of political analyst Kevin Phillips and "Newsweek" Senior Editor Joe Klein, and live interviews with Jesse Jackson, Cuomo, Pennsylvania delegate John Street, former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis and his wife Kitty, Sen. John Breaux, MD Governor William Schaefer, Sen. Paul Tsongas, Hospital Workers Union President Dennis Rivera, former VP Walter Mondale, Florida Lieutenant Governor Buddy McKay, and Clinton.

  • Duration:
    02:25:00

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