Democratic Party

Democratic National Convention Wrap-Up
12 minutes, 5.5mb, recorded 2008-08-30
Topics: Media Politics

As a wrap-up of the recent Democratic National Convention, here are three vignettes of the Denver event.  In the first segment, carefully planned drama unfolded on the convention floor to allow Hillary Rodham Clinton to suspend the delegate roll call and nominate Barack Obama to become the Democratic candidate for the presidency. Then, Emily Kopp of Georgia Public Broadcasting interviews Jimmy Carter about whether he has been ignored by the current party leadership.  Finally, independent producer Anil Mundra profiles some of the protesters on the streets of Denver.

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