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Name Kennedy, John F.

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Newsmakers - Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Kennedy-Nixon Debates

Walter Jacobson, political editor Mike Flannery, Ald. Roman Pucinski, and Northwestern University professor David Zarefsky discuss the historic Kennedy-Nixon debate on its 25th anniversary.

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Chicago Tonight - #3043 The Great Debate

John Callaway discusses the first Kennedy-Nixon Presidential debate with three reporters who originally covered the story: Hugh Hill, Charles Cleveland, and John Madigan.

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MBC Events - Dinner Reflections

Footage from the MBC gala, the 25th Anniversary of the Great Debates, and clips of the personal memories of The Great Debates that the guests that evening shared.

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MBC Events -

This video history of The Great Debate was prepared for by the MBC's gala, the twenty-fifth anniversary of The Great Debates.

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MBC Events -

This video history was given by Theodore White for the MBC gala, the 25th Anniversary of The Great Debates.

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Politics; Debate - Kennedy-Nixon

Bill Kurtis commemorates the 25th anniversary of the historic first Kennedy-Nixon debate with a review of political broadcasting history and a look behind the scenes at the "Great Debate."

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Noonbreak - 25th Anniversary of the Kennedy-Nixon Debates

On the 25th anniversary of the first Kennedy-Nixon presidential debate, Lee Phillip interviews former Nixon advisor Ted Rogers; journalists Irv Kupcinet, Bill Braden, and John Madigan; and WBBM technician Roger Santschi. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from The Brinson Foundation.

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Noonbreak -

Lee Phillip talks with G. Robert Blakey, the Chief Counsel of the House Assassination Committee, about his book "The Plot To Kill the President." This is the second part of the interview. This show also includes a newscast.

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Sports; Baseball -

A review of WGN's coverage of Chicago baseball during thirty years of broadcasting.

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Listening To America: Reagan Democrats Up for Grabs -

Moyers discusses debates, political ads, and the upcoming Electon with Jamieson, Bailey, and ex-speech writer Noonan.

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Dwight D. Eisenhower - General, President, Statesman

A look at the life and career of Dwight D. Eisenhower following his death.

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Lead-Off Man - Interview with President Kennedy

Vince Lloyd interviews President Kennedy and Vice President Johnson as the Chicago White Sox open their 1961 season.

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Person to Person - John and Jackie Kennedy and General Deane

Edward R. Murrow visits Senator and Mrs. Kennedy in Boston. They discuss their recent marriage, Jack's war adventures, and his political views. The interview of General and Mrs. Deane concerns his years as a prisoner of war in Korea. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from The Brinson Foundation.

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Politics; Debate - Kennedy, John F. - Nixon, Richard M. - Debate (4th)

The fourth debate between the presidential candidates focuses on foreign policy. Original broadcast.

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Tour of the White House, A -

Mrs. Kennedy gives a guided tour of the renovated rooms of the White House and is joined by President Kennedy.

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Fabulous Sixties - 1960, Be a Man - Sell Out (Part 1 of 10)

With narration by Peter Jennings before he moved south to the United States, this documentary consists of ten 45-minute segments, one for each year. The political activism of the decade is covered, but with quite a bit of emphasis on movie stars, current fads, and the like. Peter Jennings narrates this overview of the year 1960 and the events that occurred.

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Fabulous Sixties - 1961, Victory Has a Hundred Feathers (Part 2 of 10)

With narration by Peter Jennings before he moved south to the United States, this documentary consists of ten 45-minute segments, one for each year. The political activism of the decade is covered, but with quite a bit of emphasis on movie stars, current fads, and the like. Peter Jennings narrates this review of the events of 1961.

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Fabulous Sixties - 1962, Morality and Brinkmanship (Part 3 of 10)

With narration by Peter Jennings before he moved south to the United States, this documentary consists of ten 45-minute segments, one for each year. The political activism of the decade is covered, but with quite a bit of emphasis on movie stars, current fads, and the like. Peter Jennings narrates this review of the events of 1962.

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Sunday In Chicago: JFK, A Remembrance - JFK, A Remembrance (Part 2 of 2)

Richard Whitcomb talks with Colonel Jacob Arvey about JFK's Chicago political ties and an essay by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is recited in the concluding portion of this program.

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Sunday In Chicago: JFK, A Remembrance - JFK, A Remembrance (Part 1 of 2)

On the tenth anniversary of his assassination, John F. Kennedy's friends and colleagues remember his life and career.

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News - CBS News Inquiry - The Warren Report

CBS News investigates the Warren Commission's official report on President John F. Kennedy's assassination. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from The Brinson Foundation.

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America Remembers - John F. Kennedy - Part 1 of 2

The life and times of John F. Kennedy are documented.

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America Remembers - John F. Kennedy - Part 2 of 2

The life and times of John F. Kennedy are documented.

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Kraft Television Theatre - A Profile in Courage

John F. Kennedy introduces his essay on Edmund G. Ross, the senator whose vote stopped the impeachment of Andrew Johnson.

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NBC White Paper - Vietnam Hindsight (Part 1 of 2)

An examination of the motives, initiatives, and mistakes in U.S. policy in Vietnam, mainly during the Kennedy administration. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from the Tawani Foundation, Chicago, Illinois.