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Democratic Convention #830640

CNN Special for Wednesday, Jul 15, 1992

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of the 1992 Democratic Convention with Bernard Shaw (CNN) and Catherine Crier (CNN), including speeches by: -- Sen. Bob Kerrey -- Rep. Joseph Kennedy -- Sen. Edward Kennedy -- Jerry Brown supporter Kelly Aldrich -- Democratic presidential candidate Jerry Brown.
  • A film tribute re: Robert Kennedy.
  • Analysis includes a taped excerpt of H. Ross Perot Campaign Co-Chairman Ed Rollins' resignation, interviews with Democratic Party Chairman Ron Brown and former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis and his wife Kitty.
  • Reporter(s):
    Tillotson, Mary (CNN);
    Crowley, Candy (CNN);
    Randall, Gene (CNN);
    Potter, Deborah (CNN);
    Bierbauer, Charles (CNN)

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