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The First Televised Presidential Debate In History That Was Also The First Debate Of The 1960 Presidential Campaign Plus The 1985 Documentary “The Making Of The Great Debate” Hosted By Bill Kurtis In All Regions DVD Format!
CHICAGO, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 1960 (Black And White, 43:40)
This first debate was confined to a discussion of domestic issues. It begins as each candidate makes opening remarks; each of the four interviewing correspondants introduce themselves; the candidates discuss Mr. Kennedy's ability to govern in light of his age and experience; Mr. Nixon responds to President Eisenhower's famous quip regarding his personal contributions to Eisenhower's presidential policies; domestic economic and social spending is discussed, as well as the internal communist threat, followed by each candidate's summation speech.
THE MAKING OF THE GREAT DEBATE (1985 Color / Black And White, 23 MIN)
Bill Kurtis hosts this instructive and insightful investigative report on the behind-the-scenes action of the first Kennedy-Nixon debate, the meaning of the events and elements in and surrounding it, and an analysis of the performance of the candidates from a psychological, rhetorical and marketing standpoint.
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