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Democratic Convention #824273

NBC Special for Tuesday, Jul 11, 1972

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  • Live NBC coverage 1972 National Democratic Convention with reports by John Chancellor, David Brinkley, Tom Pettit, Douglas Kiker, Catherine Mackin, Garrick Utley and Fred Kalber.
  • Live interviews with Jean Angell, Gary Hart, Lawrence O'Brien, Joseph Duffey, William Singer, Ted Van Dyke, Margaret Fisher, Rabbi Shmaryahn T. Swirsky, Frank Mankiewicz and Verna Welcome.
  • Live speech by Unidentified Male.
  • Live coverage of roll call regarding Minority Report #7 (Abortion).
  • Picture disturbances at [3:30:00-3:30:30] and [3:45:00-3:46:10] from 1-inch tape.
  • Reporter(s):
    Pettit, Tom;
    Kiker, Douglas;
    Mackin, Catherine;
    Utley, Garrick;
    Kalber, Fred
    Duration:
    01:02:10

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