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Republican National Convention #857224

NBC Special for Monday, Jul 14, 1980

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  • Live NBC news coverage of the 1980 Republican National Convention in Detroit, Michigan, hosted by John Chancellor and David Brinkley. With reports and analysis from Tom Pettit, Tom Brokaw, Chris Wallace, Jessica Savitch, Judy Woodruff, Garrick Utley, Robert Hager, Heidi Schulman, Marvin Kalb, Steve Delaney and Ken Bode.
  • Live footage of interviews with Mary Louise Smith, Neil Reagan, Governor William Milliken, Mayor Coleman Young, Representative James Quillen, Cliff White, Alexander Haig, Jr., Robert Strauss, Edwin Meese, Buck Hoyd, Representatives Tom Evans, Robert Michael, William Casey, Aris Allen, and Senators Howard Baker, Jacob Javits, Lloyd Bentsen and Robert Dole.
  • Live footage of speeches from Robert Orr and Senator Richard Lugar.
  • Taped footage of interviews Ronald Reagan and statements from Senator Richard Lugar.
  • Reporter(s):
    Pettit, Tom;
    Brokaw, Tom;
    Wallace, Chris;
    Savitch, Jessica;
    Woodruff, Judy;
    Utley, Garrick;
    Hager, Robert;
    Schulman, Heidi;
    Kalb, Marvin;
    Delaney, Steve;
    Bode, Ken

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