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Politics; Debate - Kennedy, John F. - Nixon, Richard M. - Debate (1st) WBBM/Chicago

The historic first presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon originated from WBBM-TV studios in Chicago and focused on domestic issues. Original broadcast.

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Politics; Debate - Kennedy, John F. - Nixon, Richard M. - Debate (2nd) WRC/Washington

The second presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon originated from Washington, DC. Both candidates agreed to let the panelists ask them questions on any issue in the campaign. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Politics; Debate - Kennedy, John F. - Nixon, Richard M. - Debate (3rd)

The third presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon features questions by panelists on any issue in the campaign. The two candidates are at remote sites in New York City and Los Angeles. Original broadcast.

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Politics; Political Address - Richard Nixon

Future President Nixon refutes allegations of financial misconduct in this landmark television speech. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from The Brinson Foundation.

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Irv Kupcinet - Frost/McGovern/Kraft

This show briefly commemorates the 20th anniversary of "Kup's Show." There follows a discussion of Frost's interview with Nixon, the commercialization of news, the presidential campaign of 1972, the Middle East and the Carter administration.

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Image Union - #627

#1 An interview with Chicago Mayor Washington at his home in Hyde Park with a SAIC student regarding his private life and his vision for Chicago; #2 "The Nixon Tapes," video stalkers wait outside former President Nixon's San Clemente residence hoping to catch the former president on tape.

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Lee Phillip Show - John Dean

John Dean promotes his memoir on Watergate "Blind Ambition."

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Lee Phillip Show - Pat Nixon

Lee talks with soon-to-be First Lady Pat Nixon.

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Noonbreak - Misc. Segments

Assorted interview from "Noonbreak": Commoner talks about nuclear energy; Steve Dahl defends the "Disco Demolition," Brooks and Marsh talk about their new TV book; Jeff Rignall talks about his one-time chance meeting with John Gacy; and Rock Hudson is interviewed about his newest theater endeavor.

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News - ABC News - Great News Stories: Racing for the Moon

A compilation of historical film and video documentation from ABC News on America's space program from the inception of the moon race in 1961 to John Glenn's triumphant space flight to the tragedy on the launch pad that lead to the deaths of three Apollo astronauts, and more.

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War and Peace in the Nuclear Age - Dawn (Part 1 of 13)

Traces the development of the bomb against the backdrop of WWII. The program concludes with the failure to control atomic weapons internationally after the war.

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War and Peace in the Nuclear Age - One Step Forward (Part 7 of 13)

Explores the factors which lead to the United States and Soviet Union to pursue arms control talks and the resulting treaties. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from the Tawani Foundation, Chicago, Illinois.

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War and Peace in the Nuclear Age - Reagan's Shield (Part 12 of 13)

Focuses on the major nuclear programs of President Reagan, the Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars). His other arms control policies are also discussed. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from the Tawani Foundation, Chicago.

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War and Peace in the Nuclear Age - Visions of War and Peace (Part 13 of 13)

Explores five critical nuclear age issues: our relationship with the USSR, first strike, nuclear defense, arms control and proliferation.

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Irv Kupcinet - Highlights from the Irv Kupcinet Tribute

Highlights from "A Tribute to Irv Kupcinet" on his fortieth anniversary as a "Sun-Times" columnist. The show features many celebrity tributes, music performances and still photos of Kup with the famous.

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Meet the Press - 09/17/1995

Rivlin and Kasich debate the federal budget. The "Meet the Press Minute" features Kennedy from 1951 and Nixon from 1952.

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Meet the Press - 10/08/1995

Guests include Leon Panetta, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Jack Kemp, and William Raspberry. The "Meet the Press Minute" features Lyndon B. Johnson responding to Richard Nixon's criticism.

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This Week with David Brinkley - 12/10/1995

Guests include Pat Schroeder, Tom Delay and Alfonse D'Amato. Topics include the investigation of Newt Gingrich and Whitewater.

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This Week with David Brinkley - 12/24/1995

The Oliver Stone film "Nixon" is discussed by guests John Dean, Alexander Haig, Bob Woodward, and Stephen Ambrose. Panelists review the events of 1995.

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TV Guide's 40th Anniversary Special -

Locklear, Wagner and Wagner skirt through the pages of "TV Guide" and TV history in this clip-filled special.

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Irv Kupcinet - Nixon Tribute to Irv Kupcinet

This uncut tape features former President Nixon's remarks on Irv Kupcinet's 40th anniversary of "Kup's Show."

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An Americanism - Joe McCarthy

Interviews with people remembering McCarthy's speech in which he claimed to know of communists in the US government. The speech took place in Wheeling, WV. (Program is incomplete.)

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Politics; Convention - Year end

Notable sections of NBC coverage of the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago. (Second half of tape is silent.)