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Democratic Convention #830829

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 speeches by: -- Sen. Barbara Mikulski -- Sen. Tim Wirth -- Rep. John Lewis

  • Analysis includes the participation of William Schneider of "Public Opinion", Ken Bode (CNN), a live report with Tony Clark (CNN) and excerpts of statements earlier today by Perot and Meyerson, a taped segment with Mary Tillotson (CNN), an excerpt of a statement earlier today by Bush, Bush campaign advisor Charles Black, and Republican Party Chairman Rich Bond, and interviews with unidentified Waurika (OK) residents, Democratic VP search committee member Vernon Jordan, former Michigan Governor James Blanchard, Rep. Pat Schroeder, Sen. Lloyd Bentsen and Tim Wirth.
  • Reporter(s):
    Clark, Tony (CNN);
    Tillotson, Mary (CNN);
    Potter, Deborah (CNN);
    Sesno, Frank (CNN);
    Flock, Jeff (CNN);
    Bode, Ken (CNN);
    Bierbauer, Charles (CNN);
    Crowley, Candy (CNN)

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