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The Republican National Convention #900183

PBS Special for Monday, Jul 31, 2000

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Live PBS combined coverage and analysis of the 2000 Republican National Convention with Jim Lehrer (PBS), including speeches by Claudia Kirkley, North Carolina Elementary Teacher, Rep. Henry Bonilla, Pilar Gomez, American Education Reform Council, Conna Craig, Massachusetts Institute for Children, Elaine Chao, Heritage Foundation, Sharon Darling, Ntl. Center for Family Literacy, Rep. Dennis Hastert, Convention chairman, Laura Bush, former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Colin Powell

  • Live interviews with California assemblyman Abel Maldonado, Arizona Governor Jane Hull, Bush adviser Margaret LaMontagne, Oklahoma delegate Cheryl Williams, Republican pollster Bill McInturff, and Laura Bush's friend Anne Johnson.
  • Analysis includes the participation of syndicated columnist Mark Shields, Paul Gigot of the "Wall Street Journal", presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, author/journalist Haynes Johnson, Kay James of the Heritage Foundation, presidential historian Michael Beschloss, David Frum of the Manhattan Institute, New York Rep. Peter King, and Bush adviser Ralph Reed.

  • Reporter(s):
    Ifill, Gwen;
    Suarez, Ray;
    Warner, Margaret

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