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  1. Sep 21, 2010 · In 1960, John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon squared off in the first televised presidential debates in American history.

  2. 7.5 31min 1960 ALL The first 1960 presidential debate between Senator John F. Kennedy (D-MA) and Vice President Richard Nixon (R-CA). Held on September 26, 1960, it was the first presidential debate between candidates from opposing political parties as well as the first one to be televised.

  3. TNC:172 On September 26, 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard Nixon stood before an audience of 70 million Americans—two-thirds of the nation's adult population—in the first...

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  4. Sep 25, 2020 · The first 1960 presidential debate, televised on Monday, September 26, from the studios of WBBM in Chicago, was not the first head-to-head encounter between Kennedy and Nixon. That face-off had...

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  5. Sep 25, 2016 · Fifty six years ago the first-ever televised debate in U.S. history took place between Democrat Sen. John F. Kennedy (L) and Republican Vice-President Richard M. Nixon (R) on Sept. 26, 1960. The...

  6. Feb 29, 2016 · The first televised U.S. presidential debate happened on September 26, 1960 A youthful and healthy-looking JFK won the TV debate over Nixon About 40% of Americans tuned into the "Great Debates" of...

  7. America’s first televised presidential debates—four TV showdowns between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy in the fall of 1960—immediately showed how they could change the course of politics. The details of the debates have been recounted innumerable times in the subsequent decades.

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