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The Week Carter Took It All #835627

CBS Special for Sunday, Jul 18, 1976

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  • CBS news program following the 1976 Democratic National Convention, highlighting Governor Jimmy Carter's successes, along with various other highlights of convention. With coverage and analysis from Walter Cronkite, Ed Rabel, Ed Bradley, Charles Kuralt, Roger Mudd, Dan Rather, Bob Schieffer, Morton Dean, Eric Sevareid, and Bill Moyers.
  • Taped footage of various speeches and interviews taken from CBS' coverage of the convention, including those by Governor Jimmy Carter.

  • Reporter(s):
    Ed Rabel;
    Ed Bradley;
    Charles Kuralt;
    Roger Mudd;
    Dan Rather;
    Bob Schieffer;
    Morton Dean;
    Eric Sevareid;
    Bill Moyers

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