Decision 80 #855546
NBC Special for Saturday, Jul 12, 1980
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NBC Special "Decision 80" previewing the 1980 Republican National Convention with a look at Ronald Reagan's campaign strategy, US foreign policy, US economy, changes in the convention, Reagan's team, and the city of Detroit (Michigan).
Reporters: John Chancellor, David Brinkley, Garrick Utley, Don Oliver, Tom Brokaw, Douglas Kiker, Marvin Kalb, Chris Wallace, Carole Simpson, Tom Pettit, Theodore H. White, Jessica Savage, Ken Bode, and Linda Ellerbee
Taped interviews with and/or excerpts of statements by Ronald Reagan, Margaret Heckler, Cliff McCorkle, John Tower, Peter Hart (?), Clarke Reed, Gail Healy, Richard Wirthlin, Robert Teeter, and unidentified citizens in Dayton (Ohio)
Live interview with Gerald Ford.
- Chancellor, John;
- Brinkley, David;
- Utley, Garrick;
- Oliver, Don;
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Kiker, Douglas;
- Kalb, Marvin;
- Wallace, Chris;
- Simpson, Carole;
- Pettit, Tom;
- White, Theodore H.;
- Savage, Jessica;
- Bode, Ken;
- Ellerbee, Linda
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