Ronald Reagan Entering 1976 Republican Convention
During an interview by Tom Pettit, Ohio delegate Governor James Rhodes said that former Governor Reagan should be allowed to speak.
Portions of the footage had been damaged over time.
Former Governor Ronald Reagan (R-CA) entered the 1976 Republican National Convention to tumultuous cheers and calls for a speech during the final roll-call vote that would nominate President Ford as the Republican candidate for president. The anchors could be heard commenting during this portion of an NBC News broadcast of the 1976 Republican National Convention from Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri.
Portions of the footage had been damaged over time. close
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