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Democratic Convention #834565

CBS Special for Monday, Jul 12, 1976

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  • Live CBS coverage of the 1976 Democratic National Convention with reports by Walter Cronkite, Bruce Morton, Dan Rather, Morton Dean, Roger Mudd, Bob Schieffer, Ed Raybo, Bill Plante, Maria McCloskey, Robert Shackney, Jed Duvall, Eric Engberg, Eric Sevareid, Bill Moyers, Richard Wagner, Fred Graham, Leslie Stahl and Ed Bradley.
  • Live interviews with Jerry Brown, Jane Patterson, John Glenn, Richard Daley and Rosalynn Carter.
  • Live announcements by Robert Strauss, invocation by Rev. Joseph L. Baglio, and Pledge of Allegiance led by Vera Murray.
  • Reporter(s):
    Morton, Bruce;
    Rather, Dan;
    Dean, Morton;
    Mudd, Roger;
    Schieffer, Bob;
    Raybo, Ed;
    Plante, Bill;
    McCloskey, Maria;
    Shackney, Robert;
    Duvall, Jed;
    Engberg, Eric;
    Sevareid, Eric;
    Moyers, Bill;
    Wagner, Richard;
    Graham, Fred;
    Stahl, Leslie;
    Bradley, Ed
    Duration:
    01:00:20

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