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Presidential Candidates Debate: 10/15/92

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Presidential debate held on 10/15/92 with Bill Clinton, Ross Perot and George Bush.
VHS
2000; 1992
Ivy (By Request)
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Presidential Candidates' Debate: 10/19/1992

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Last of three presidential debates, held among the three top candidates on October 19, 1992, sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates.
VHS
2000; 1992
Ivy (By Request)
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Presidential Candidates Debate, 10/06/96: Clinton-Dole

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First debate between the two major-party U.S. presidential candidates Bill Clinton (D-Pres. U.S.) and Bob Dole (former U.S. Senator, R-Kansas), Oct. 6, 1996, moderated by Jim Lehrer, PBS news anchor. To Lehrer's questions, the candidate had 90 seconds to respond, the opponent had 60 seconds to rebut and the candidate had 30 seconds to respond to the rebuttal. The debate focused on domestic issues, especially the role of the federal government in citizens' lives, who should get a tax cut and for what reason, and the drug problem, especially among young people.
VHS
1996; 1999
Ivy (By Request)
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1984 Democratic Presidential Debate

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Presents a debate between the Presidential candidates for the Democratic Party in New Hampshire at the Dartmouth College.
VHS
1984
Ivy (By Request)
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1984 Presidential Debates

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Presents the 1984 presidential debates between Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale held on October 21, 1984 at the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City.
VHS
1984
Ivy (By Request)
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Prelinger Archives: 1960 Kennedy-Nixon Debate (Part II) [electronic resource]

Part two of a kinescope of the John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon presidential debate.
Online
1960
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Road to the Presidency: Inside the Clinton Campaign

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An unprecedented view of the 1992 Presidential election. Go inside the 'War Room' and get a startling up-close view of Bill Clinton's path through the primaries, the Democratic convention, and the televised debates with President George H.W. Bush. Goes beyond simple campaign reporting and gives a compelling view that is funny and poignant as well as instructive.
DVD
2004
Clemons (Stacks)
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John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon Debate (9/26/1960) [electronic resource]: US Presidential Election Debates

In this September 1960 debate between Senator John F. Kennedy, and Vice President Richard Nixon, the presidential candidates address U.S. domestic matters. Nixon and Kennedy highlight their stances on economic growth, education, and medical care for the aged. The candidates answer questions from news correspondents about the country's forward progress, Communist activities within the U.S., and the experience of each candidate.
Online
2015; 1960
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John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon Debate (10/7/1960) [electronic resource]: US Presidential Election Debates

In this October 7, 1960 ABC debate, presidential candidates Senator John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon answer press questions about their positions on Cold War defense strategies, building the U.S. economy, implementing Civil Rights legislation, and increasing American global power and prestige.
Online
2015; 1960
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John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon Debate (10/13/1960) [electronic resource]: US Presidential Election Debates

In this October 1960 debate between Senator John F. Kennedy, and Vice President Richard Nixon, the presidential candidates address U.S. foreign policies, labor union power, and economic growth. They answer questions from news correspondents about the country's position on the Formosa Straits, tax loopholes, and America's prestige.
Online
2015; 1960
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John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon Debate (10/21/1960) [electronic resource]

In this September 1960 debate between Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard Nixon, the presidential candidates address foreign affairs. Kennedy and Nixon highlight their stances on Castro's regime, nuclear testing, and Communism. Note: This historical recording may contain variations in audio and video quality based on the limitations of the original source material.
Online
2015; 1960
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Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford Debate (9/23/1976) [electronic resource]

President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter engage in the first of their series of Presidential debates in 1976 at the Walnut Street Theater in Philadelphia, the first Presidential debates since Kennedy-Nixon. This debate on domestic policy focuses on the challenges of combatting both inflation and unemployment. There is little direct clash over Watergate, but at the thematic level there is much discussion of restoring trust in government and confidence in America. This film includes ABC news coverage during a 28-minute delay due to a breakdown in audio at the Walnut Street Theater.
Online
2015; 1976
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Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford Debate (10/6/1976) [electronic resource]

In this October 6, 1976 NPR debate, presidential candidates Governor Jimmy Carter and President Gerald Ford debate foreign policy and military defense topics. They respond to press questions about their positions on government transparency and regaining the trust of Americans; the SALT Negotiations and nuclear non-proliferation efforts; arms deals and military aid to the Middle East; the morality of foreign intervention; normalizing relations with China; and bilateral relations.
Online
2015; 1976
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Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford Debate (10/22/1976) [electronic resource]

In this October 1976 debate between President Ford and Governor Carter, the presidential candidates address U.S. domestic matters. Ford and Carter highlight their positions on the environment, constitutional amendments, gun control, Supreme Court appointments, and the economy.
Online
2015; 1976
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Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter Debate (10/28/1980) [electronic resource]

In this October 28, 1980 debate, presidential candidates Governor Ronald Reagan and President Jimmy Carter respond to press questions about their positions on inflation, unemployment, the defense budget, urban decline, terrorism, nuclear arms control, energy independence, and social security and other Federal programs.
Online
2015; 1980
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Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale Debate (10/7/1984) [electronic resource]

Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale engage in their first Presidential debate of the 1984 campaign, with the questions restricted to domestic issues. Reagan seeks to focus on economic performance under his administration as compared to Carter-Mondale, while Mondale focuses on the deficit, arguing that Reagan's prediction of growing out of the deficit are fanciful; Reagan lacks an honest plan for confronting it. Note: This historical recording may contain variations in audio and video quality based on the limitations of the original source material.
Online
2015; 1984
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Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale Debate (10/21/1984) [electronic resource]

In this October 1984 debate between President Reagan and Walter Mondale, the presidential candidates address foreign and domestic matters. Reagan and Mondale highlight their positions on the Soviet Union, strategic missiles, nuclear arms, illegal immigration, and more.
Online
2015; 1984
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George H.W. Bush and Michael Dukakis Debate (9/25/1988) [electronic resource]

In this September 25, 1988 ABC News debate, presidential candidates Vice President George H. W. Bush and Governor Michael Dukakis respond to press questions about their positions on the drug issue, the federal deficit, health insurance, homelessness, inner city decline, abortion and the death penalty, nuclear defense and Soviet relations, and international terrorism. Bush proposes cutting capital gains and government spending while increasing defense. Dukakis proposes employer based insurance, investing in job training and childcare to address unemployment, and pursuing peace through nuclear disarmament.
Online
2015; 1988
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George H.W. Bush and Michael Dukakis Debate (10/13/1988) [electronic resource]

In this third and final presidential campaign between George H.W. Bush and Michael Dukakis, Bush seeks to paint Dukakis as a liberal while Dukakis tries to portray this line of argument as illegitimate. The candidates highlight their positions on defense spending, Social Security, abortion, foreign policy, campaign tactics, Vice President nominations, weapons and more.
Online
2015; 1988
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Bill Clinton and Bob Dole Debate (10/6/1996) [electronic resource]

Bill Clinton and Bob Dole engage in the first of their presidential debates in the 1996 campaign. Clinton argues that America is better off than four years ago, while Dole tries to focus on Clinton's more liberal policies. The candidates highlight their positions on Medicare, drugs, special interest, gun control, foreign policy, healthcare, education, and the national deficit.
Online
2015; 1996