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Democratic Convention 1:48-2:50PM #822279

NBC Special for Wednesday, Aug 28, 1968

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  • Live NBC coverage National Democratic Convention with reports by David Brinkley, Chet Huntley, John Chancellor, Frank McGee, Edwin Newman and Sander Vanocur.
  • Live interviews with Richard Goodwin, Martin Stone, Frank Mankiewicz, Eugene Nickerson, Mayor RIchard Daley, Carl Stokes, Don Peterson, Birch Bayh, Stanley Lowell, Edward McCormack, Howard Metzenbaum, Keith Skelton, Robert Laughlin.
  • Live speeches by John Gilligan, Spark Matsunaga, John Conyers, Grant Sawyer, Clement Zablocki, Joseph Tydings, Edna Kelly, Vance Hartke, Pierre Salinger, Frank Moss, Claiborn Pell, BIrch Bayh, Stanley Lowell, Georgia Davis, Henry Roycere, David Prior, Albert Gore and Wayne Hays regarding the Vietnam Majority and Minority Plank Reports.

  • Reporter(s):
    Chancellor, John; McGee, Frank; Newman, Edwin; Vanocur, Sander.
    Duration:
    01:02:30

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