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The Democratic Convention: Day 4 #895650

ABC Special for Thursday, Jul 16, 1992

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Live ABC coverage and analysis of the 1992 Democratic Convention with Peter Jennings (ABC) and David Brinkley (ABC), including the continuation of a speech by vice presidential candidate Al Gore and a speech by presidential candidate Bill Clinton.

  • An ABC video biography of Clinton with Jeff Greenfield (ABC), former Hope (Arkansas) Mayor Albert Graves, Clinton's mother Virginia Kelley, Clinton childhood friend George Wright, Clinton's high school guidance counselor Edith Irons, journalist Ernest Dumas, Clinton's 1980 gubernatorial opponent Frank White, "Arkansas Democrat-Gazette" reporter John Starr, former Clinton employee Betsy Wright, and unidentified others.

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