John F. Kennedy and the Power of Television

“TV has altered drastically the nature of our political campaigns, conventions, constituents, candidates, and costs” — Senator John F. Kennedy

For the very first time, a debate between presidential candidates was broadcast on television for the consideration of the American people. In 1960, the two presidential hopefuls were a Democratic Senator from Massachusetts named John. F. Kennedy…

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Kathy Copeland Padden

Kathy Copeland Padden

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