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Democratic Convention #830827

CNN Special for Thursday, Jul 16, 1992

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Live CNN coverage and analysis of the 1992 Democratic Convention with Bernard Shaw (CNN) and Catherine Crier (CNN), including a speech by: -- Virginia Governor Douglas Wilder.

  • Analysis includes the participation of John Sununu (CNN), William Schneider of "Public Opinion", Ken Bode (CNN), a taped segment with Larry Woods (CNN) and excerpts of statements by independent presidential candidate H. Ross Perot, an excerpt of a statement today by George Bush, excerpts of statements by Perot advisor Morton Meyerson, Perot Campaign Manager Hamilton Jordan, and former Perot Co-chairman Ed Rollins, and interviews with unidentified Waurika (OK) residents, Democratic pollster Peter Hart, and Democratic VP search committee member Vernon Jordan.
  • Slight audio/video errors throughout.
  • Reporter(s):
    Bierbauer, Charles (CNN);
    Sununu, John (CNN);
    Woods, Larry (CNN);
    Crowley, Candy (CNN);
    Randall, Gene (CNN);
    Potter, Deborah (CNN);
    Sesno, Frank (CNN);
    Flock, Jeff (CNN)

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