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Camapign '72: Two Days To Go #659060

CBS Special for Sunday, Nov 05, 1972

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  • CBS coverage of the broadcast "Campaign '72 : Two Days To Go" with attention to the status of the presidential race two days before election day, including reports by Walter Cronkite, Bernard Kalb, Dan Rather, Roger Mudd, Mike Wallace, John Hart, Bruce Hall, Richard Threlkeld, Bruce Morton, Bob Schieffer, Sylvia Chase and Eric Sevareid.
  • Participants include President Richard Nixon, Pat Darien, Milspas College Director of Institutional Politics Jerry Delaughter, Nixon chairman Lt. Governor DOnal Dwight, McGovern coordinator Charles Flaherty, David Nyhan from Boston Globe, George McGovern, George Wallace and "The Credibility Gap".

  • Reporter(s):
    Kalb, Bernard; Rather, Dan; Mudd, Roger; Wallace, Mike; Hart, John; Hall, Bruce; Threlkeld, Richard; Morton, Bruce; Schieffer, Bob; Chase, Sylvia; Sevareid, Eric.

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