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The Republican National Convention #831411

CNN Special for Wednesday, Aug 19, 1992

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of the 1992 Republican Convention with Bernard Shaw (CNN) and Catherine Crier (CNN), including speeches by: -- Barbara Bush -- President Bush's grandson George P. Bush -- Labor Secretary Lynn Martin (beginning)
  • Analysis includes the participation of political analyst William Schneider and Ken Bode (CNN), and interviews with Minnesota delegates Marlene Reid, Mary Kiffmeyer and Georgiann Stenerson, Sen. Pete Domenici, Orange County (California) Supervisor Gaddi Vasquez, Sen. Charles Grassley, George Bush's sister Nancy Bush Ellis, Missouri delegate Gail Wood, Texas delegate Nancy Palm and former President Gerald Ford with his wife Betty Ford.
  • Reporter(s):
    Potter, Deborah (CNN);
    Randall, Gene (CNN);
    Sesno, Frank (CNN);
    Bierbauer, Charles (CNN);
    Crowley, Candy (CNN)

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