Kennedy vs. Nixon: The third 1960 presidential debate
The 1960 presidential cycle featured former Sen. John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts, the Democratic nominee, and Vice President Richard Nixon, a Republican. The third debate, in the first set of televised campaign debates, featured an hour long discussion focusing on a variety of topics and was moderated by Bill Shadel of ABC, with questions posed by a panel of journalists. The debate took place on October 13, 1960, in two cities, with Richard Nixon and the panelists located in Los Angeles, California, and John F. Kennedy in New York City.
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