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Democratic Convention #835230

CBS Special for Thursday, Jul 15, 1976

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  • Live CBS news coverage of the 1976 National Democratic Convention in New York City, with reports and analysis from Walter Cronkite, Roger Mudd, Morton Dean, Bob Schieffer, Fred Graham, Dan Rather, Bernard Shaw, Eric Sevareid, Bill Moyers, Robert Shakne, Richard Threlkeld, Leslie Stahl, Betty Ann Bowser, Ed Bradley and Andy Rooney.
  • Live interviews with Father Robert Drinan, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Governor Dolph Briscoe, Joe Duffy, Frank Mankiewicz, Bill Killian, Dr. George Dehaff, Mike Abrams, Alfredo Derand, Jerry Woodard, Phyllis Blyweiss and Carol Friedman.
  • Live speech by Melba Williams.
  • Video featuring Rosalyn Carter and Mrs. Mondale in press conference and Jerry Brown and Jimmy Carter address the CA delegation.

  • Reporter(s):
    Shakne, Robert; Rather, Dan; Dean, Morton; Graham, Fred; Schieffer, Bob; Threlkeld, Richard; Stahl, Leslie; Browser, Betty Ann; Sevareid, Eric; Moyers, Bill; Rooney, Andy; Shaw, Bernard; Bradley, Ed.

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