Reports on proceedings both at the podium and on the floor of the Democratic National Convention. Includes speeches, interviews, and actuality of the Convention.
r.1. Evaluation of the Convention, which has already selected Bill Clinton as the Presidential Candidate. Includes an evaluation of Clinton's economic program, locking out Jerry Brown, no platform on housing or racial equality ; The Black political agenda, 1992 / Clarence Lusaine ; interviewed by Larry Bensky ; Report on the feminization of Congress, with 153 women running in the Fall, 1992 elections ; New Party on Economic Justice and the Fund for a Feminist Majority / Marriane Wilson ; interviewed by Larry Bensky ; Delegate inequality / Nicky Robinson, a Texas teacher and Clinton delegate ; interviewed by Larry Benksy (60 min.) -- r.2. Critique of the Democratic Party platform, which is geared to attrack white suburbanites ; Jesse Jackson protests redlining economic racism ; Presentation of the Democratic Party platform : family, childrearing, but no money / Larry Bensky ; No reform for CIA, or addressing the Savings and Loan scandal, or domestic investment ; Reliving the 1988 election : Dukakis lost the Black vote ; Congressman Owens on losing votes to H. Ross Perot / interviewed by Larry Bensky ; Defending pro-choice abortion rights / Lauren Comatoe ; Loss of Black hope / Reverend Calvin Butts, New York State campaign manager for Perot.