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The Democratic National Convention #912552

PBS Special for Monday, Aug 14, 2000

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Live PBS coverage and analysis of the 2000 Democratic National Convention with Jim Lehrer (PBS) and Tom Brokaw (NBC), including speeches by: -- Rep. Lynn Woolsey -- Lydia Cammarillo -- Terrence McAuliffe -- California Governor Gray Davis -- Secretary of Labor Alexis Herman -- New Hampshire Governor Jeanne Shaheen (with Pennsylvania steelworker Joseph Rosel, California small business owner David Skromme, and North Carolina new homeowners Yvette and Frederic Evans) -- Sen. Dianne Feinstein -- Sen. Barbara Mikulski -- Sen. Barbara Boxer -- Sen. Blanche Lincoln -- Hillary Clinton -- Bill Clinton

  • Live interviews with former Clinton Chief of Staff Leon Panetta, Rep. Charles Rangel, Sen. Bob Graham, Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala, Gail Collins of the "New York Times", Marie Wilson of The White House Project, former Hillary Clinton Press Secretary Lisa Caputo, Energy Secretary Bill Richardson, and Sen. Charles Schumer.
  • Analysis includes syndicated columnist Mark Shields, Paul Gigot of the "Wall Street Journal", David Gergen of Harvard University, presidential historian Michael Beschloss, presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, and author/journalist Haynes Johnson.

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

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