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The Democrats: A Prelude To Miami #659067

CBS Special for Sunday, Jul 02, 1972

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  • CBS coverage of the broadcast "The Democrats : A Prelude to Miami" with focus on the upcoming events in Miami Beach for the National Democratic Convention, including reports by Walter Cronkite, Morton Dean, Bill Plante, Bill Kurtis, Roger Mudd, David Schoumacher, Bert Quint, Ike Pappas, David Dick, Michelle Clark and Charles Kuralt.
  • Participants include Stephen Reinhardt, McGovern delegate David McTeague, Humphrey delegate Lloyd Barbee, uncommitted delegate Anita Portwood, Dan Rostenkowski, Joe Waggoner, Governor George McGovern, Mayor Chuck Hall, Councilman Harold Rosen, Miami Beach Police Chief Rocky Pomerance, Democratic Convention manager RIchard Murphy and Joe O'Connor.

  • Reporter(s):
    Dean, Morton; Plante, Bill; Kurtis, Bill; Mudd, Roger; Schoumacher, David; Quint, Bert; Pappas, Ike; Dick, David; Clark, Michelle; Kuralt, Charles

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