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Conventions '72: Compromise Or Confrontation #832478

ABC Special for Sunday, Jul 09, 1972

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  • Live CBS coverge of the broadcast "Convention '72: Compromise or Confrontation" taking place on the eve of the Democratic Convention in Miami Beach with focus on the possible political drama ahead, including reports by Harry Reasoner, Howard K. Smith, Bill Matney, Sam Donaldson, Herbert Kaplow, Steve Bell, Frank Reynolds, Lem Tucker, Gregory Jackson, Charles Murphy, Bob Clark and Ted Koppel.
  • Coverage of speeches by Senator George McGovern, Governor George Wallace and his daughter Leigh Wallace.
  • Coverage of interviews with Hubert Humphrey, Senator Edmund Muskie and Miami Beach Police Chief Rocky Pomerance.
  • Video difficulty throughout due to early taping procedures.

  • Reporter(s):
    Matney, Bill; Donaldson, Sam; Kaplow, Herbert; Bell, Steve; Reynolds, Frank; Tucker, Lem; Jackson, Gregory; Murphy, Charles; Clark, Bob; Koppel, Ted.

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