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Republican Convention #659033

CBS Special for Monday, Aug 05, 1968

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  • Live CBS coverage of 1968 Republican National Convention with reports by Walter Cronkite, Ike Pappas, Joe Benty, Mike Wallace, Mort Dean, Roger Mudd and Eric Sevareid.
  • Live interviews with Ed. Brooke, John Eisenhower, Barry Goldwater, Thomas Dewey, Pat Nixon, Julie Nixon, David Eisenhower, Nancy Reagan, Edie Davis, Nelson Rockefeller and Ronald Reagan.
  • Live speeches by Arthur Flemming, Ed. Brooke, Clifford Hansen, Mark Hatfield, George Murphy, Ray Bliss, Dwight Eisenhower and John Eisenhower.
  • Picture and audio disturbances throughout this tape.
  • Gap between end of this segment and beginning of next due to 1968 method of taping.
  • Reporter(s):
    Pappas, Ike;
    Benty, Joe;
    Wallace, Mike;
    Dean, Mort;
    Mudd, Roger;
    Sevareid, Eric

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