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America's Political Parties: The Republicans #901622

PBS Special for Tuesday, Oct 25, 1988

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  • PBS special re: the Democratic party in the second half of the twentieth century. Examines the administrations of Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan and the campaigns of Barry Goldwater. Includes anaylsis re: Bush's chances in the 1988 presidential race.
  • Participants include Barry Goldwater, Newt Gingrich, William Armstrong, William Bennett, Kevin Phillips, Dick Cheney, Lowell Weicker, Richard Viguerie, Henry Kissinger, Eddie Mahe Jr., William Schneider, A. James Reichley, Richard Rosenbaum, Lee Atwater

  • Reporter(s):
    Gergen, David

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