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Four More Years (1972)

This witty and startlingly candid look at the 1972 Republican National Convention is a classic work of guerrilla television, and an alternative time capsule of an era of dramatic change in American politics, media, and culture.

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A documentary taped in 1972 at the 30th Republican National Convention in Miami Beach, Florida. It was the first independent videotape ever broadcast on national TV. The tape focuses on several aspects of the convention including the support Nixon received from young Republicans, the media coverage of the event, and the protests inside and outside of the convention. The end result of the spectacle was the nomination of Richard Nixon for President and Spiro Agnew for Vice President. Written by Media Burn Independent Video Archive

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