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Republican Convention #826073

NBC Special for Wednesday, Aug 07, 1968

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  • Live NBC coverage 1968 National Republican Convention with reports by Chet Huntley, David Brinkley, Frank McGee, Sander Vanocur, John Chancellor and Edwin Newman.
  • Live interviews with Strom Thurmond, Albert Quie and Franklyn Nofziger, Mark Hatfield, George Hinman, Lawrence Kramer, Dewey Bartlett, Thomas Stagg, David Eisenhower, Tricia Nixon, Julie Nixon, Pat Nixon, Peter O'Donnell Jr., Louie Nunn, John Chafee and Robert Price.
  • Small gap between the end of this segment and the beginning of the next segment due to method of taping in 1968.
  • Reporter(s):
    McGee, Frank;
    Vanocur, Sander;
    Chancellor, John;
    Newman, Edwin

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