The Joint Appearances of
Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon
Presidential Campaign of 1960

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July 28, 1960:
    Telegram to Vice President Nixon and Senator Kennedy from Robert W. Sarnoff, NBC,  on "The Great Debate," and their replies
August 25, 1960:
    The Jack Paar Show, "Tonight," NBC-TV; guests, Vice President and Mrs. Richard  M. Nixon
September 11, 1960:
    Meet the Press, NBC-TV and radio; guest, Vice President Richard M. Nixon
September 12, 1960:
    Presidential Countdown: "Mr. Nixon: A Profile," CBS-TV (CBS radio, September  13); guest, Vice President Richard M. Nixon
September 17, 1960:
    The Campaign and the Candidates, NBC-TV, show No. 1
September 18, 1960:
    "Meet the Press", NBC-TV and radio; guest, Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge
September 19, 1960:
    Presidential Countdown: "Mr. Kennedy: A Profile,"  CBS-TV (CBS radio, September 20); guest, Senator John F. Kennedy
September 24, 1960:
    The Campaign and the Candidates, NBC-TV, show No. 2; guests, Ambassador and Mrs. Henry Cabot Lodge
September 26, 1960:
    First joint radio-television broadcast, Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon, originating CBS, Chicago, Ill., all
    networks carried (The 1st Debate)
    Presidential Countdown: "Mr. Johnson: A Profile," CBS-TV (CBS radio, September 27);   guest, Senator Lyndon B. Johnson
September 29, 1960:
    Election Countdown, NBC radio, show No. 1
    Person to Person, CBS-TV; guests, Senator and Mrs. John F. Kennedy
October 1, 1960:
    The Campaign and the Candidates, NBC-TV, show No. 3; guests, Senator and Mrs. John F. Kennedy
October 2, 1960:
    Face the Nation, CBS-TV and radio; guest, Senator Lyndon B. Johnson
October 6, 1960:
    Election Countdown, NBC radio, show No. 2
October 7, 1960:
    Second joint radio-television broadcast, Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon, originating NBC,
        Washington, D.C., all networks carried (The 2nd Debate)
October 8, 1960:
    The Campaign and the Candidates, NBC-TV, show No. 4; guests, Senator and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson
October 9, 1950:
    Meet the Press, NBC-TV and radio; guest, Senator Lyndon B. Johnson
    Face the Nation, CBS-TV and radio; guest, Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge
October 10, 1960:
    Presidential Countdown: "Mr. Lodge: A Profile," CBS-TV (CBS radio, October 11);  guest, Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge
October 13, 1960:
    Third joint radio-television broadcast, Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon, originating ABC,
        Hollywood, Calif., and New York, N.Y., all  networks carried (The 3rd Debate)
October 14, 1960:
    Eyewitness to History, CBS-TV, "The Campaign"
October 15, 1960:
    The Campaign and the Candidates, NBC-TV, show No. 5; guests, Vice President and  Mrs. Richard M. Nixon
October 16, 1960:
    Meet the Press, NBC-TV and radio; guest, Senator John F. Kennedy
October 20, 1960:
    Election Countdown, NBC radio, show No. 3
October 21, 1960:
    Fourth joint radio-television broadcast, Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon, originating ABC,
        New York, N.Y., all networks carried (The 4th Debate)
October 22, 1960:
    The Campaign and the Candidates, NBC-TV, show No. 6
October 27, 1960:
    Election Countdown, NBC radio, show No. 4; guests, Roger Tubby, Robert Finch,  Samuel Lubell
    Person to Person, CBS-TV; guests, Vice President and Mrs. Richard M. Nixon
    CBS Reports - "Money and the Next President of the United States," CBS-TV
October 28, 1960:
    Eyewitness to History, CBS-TV, "The Contest for a Key State"
October 29, 1960:
    The Campaign and the Candidates, NBC-TV, show No. 7; guests, Senator Thruston B. Morton, Senator Henry M.
        Jackson, Gov. Abraham B. Ribicoff, Robert Finch
October 30, 1960:
    Face the Nation, CBS-TV and radio; guest, Senator John F. Kennedy
November 2, 1960:
    ILGWU Network Show, Tallulah Bankhead and Senator John F. Kennedy
November 3, 1960:
    Election Countdown, NBC radio, show No. 5
November 4, 1960:
    Eyewitness to History, CBS-TV, "Campaign Climax
November 5, 1960:
    The Campaign and the Candidates, NBC-TV, show No. 8
November 7, 1960:
    Election Countdown, NBC radio, show No. 6; guest moderator, Bob Hope

APPENDIX
1. From the American Abroad (Geneva, Switzerland)
        "The American Abroad Votes, Too," Richard M. Nixon, July 1960
        "Americans Abroad Vote, Too," John F. Kennedy, October 1960
2. From the Science News Letter, August 6, 1960: "The Presidential Candidates Give Their Views on Science and
        Technology":
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
3. From the London American:
        "The United States and Britain - A Continuing Friendship," Richard M. Nixon, August 18/24, 1960
        "The Decade of Decision," John F. Kennedy, October 27/November 2, 1960
4. From Life:
        "We Must Climb to the Hilltop," John F. Kennedy, August 22, 1960
        "Our Resolve Is Running Strong," Richard M. Nixon, August 29, 1960
5. From the Detroit Free Press, "The Editor's Notebook":
        Statement of John F. Kennedy, August 25, 1960
        Statement of Richard M. Nixon, September 11, 1960
6. Statements to the American Bar Association, August 1960:
       Letter to candidates from John D. Randall
       Statement of John F. Kennedy
       Statement of Richard M. Nixon
7. Statements to the American Jewish Committee, September 2, 1960:
       Statement of American Jewish Committee
       Statement of Richard M. Nixon
       Statement of John F. Kennedy
8. From the Huntington Advertiser (Huntington, W. Va.)
        "Kennedy on West Virginia," John F. Kennedy, September 12, 1960
        "Nixon on West Virginia," Richard M. Nixon, October 24, 1960
9. From the Washington Daily News: "We Ask and the Candidates Answer. The Great Debate":
         Questions Nos. 1 and 2, September 22, 1960
         Questions Nos. 3 and 4, September 23, 1960
         Question No. 5, September 26, 1960
         Question No. 6, September 27, 1960
         Question No. 7, September 28, 1960
         Question No. 8, September 29, 1960
         Question No. 9, September 30, 1960
         Question No. 10, October 1, 1960
         Questions Nos. 11 and 12, October 3, 1960
         Question No. 13, October 4, 1960
         Question No. 14, October 5, 1960
         Question No. 15, October 6, 1960
         Questions Nos. 16 and 17, October 7, 1960
         Question No. 18, October 8, 1960
         Question No. 19, October 10, 1960
         Question No. 20, October 11, 1960
         Question No. 21, October 12, 1960
         Questions Nos. 22 and 23, October 13, 1960
         Question No. 24, October 14, 1960
         Question No. 25, October 15, 1960
         Question No. 26, October 17, 1960
         Questions Nos. 27 and 28, October 18, 1960
         Question No. 29, October 19, 1960
         Question No. 30, October 20, 1960
         Questions Nos. 31 and 32, October 21, 1960
         Question No. 33, October 22, 1960
10. From the Washington Situation (newsletter of the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives)
         Statement of John F. Kennedy, September 23, 1960
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon, October 21, 1960
11. From the New York Herald Tribune, September 25, 1960: "Nixon, Kennedy Give Views on U.S. Role in Education":
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
12. From Newsweek:
        "K, the World, the Issues," Richard M. Nixon, September 26, 1960
         "Q and A - The Hot Issues," John F. Kennedy, October 3, 1960
13. From Highway Highlights, September-October 1960: "The Candidates State Their Positions" (questions and answers)
14. From the Retired Officer Magazine, September-October 1960:
        Statement of John F. Kennedy
        Statement of Richard M. Nixon
15. Letters to Representative Alfred E. Santangelo, September-October 1960:
         Letter to candidates from Representative Alfred E. Santangelo, September 20, 1960
         Letter of Richard M. Nixon, September 26, 1960
         Letter of John F. Kennedy, October 8, 1960
16. From Small Business Bulletin (Washington, D.C.), September-October 1960: "Presidential Candidates and Small Business":
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
17. From Missiles and Rockets:
        "Open Letter to Richard Nixon and John Kennedy," September 27, 1960 (October 3, 1960 issue)
         "If the Soviets Control Space - They Can Control Earth," John F. Kennedy, October 10,1960
         "Military Has Mission to Defend Space," Richard M. Nixon, October 31, 1960
18. From the Tuesday Letter (National Association of Soil Conservation Districts, Holdrege, Nebr.)
         "Statement on Soil and Water Conservation," John F. Kennedy, October 4, 1960
         "Conservation of Our Land and Water Resources," Richard M. Nixon, October 11, 1960
19. From the Tulsa Daily World, October 12, 1960: Letters to Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association, October 1960:
         Letter to candidates from Hal T. Gibson, manager, Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association
         Letter of Richard M. Nixon
         Letter of John F. Kennedy
20. From the AHE College and University Bulletin (Association for Education, NEA), October 15, 1960:
          "Republican vs. Democrat on Higher Education"
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
21. From the Waterways Journal:
         Statement of John F. Kennedy, October 15 1960
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon, October 22, 1960
22. From Medical Tribune (Medical Tribune, Inc., New York, N.Y.), October 17, 1960: "Nixon, Kennedy Answer Medical Tribune Queries"
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
23. From Scholastic Teacher (edition of Senior Scholastic), October 9, 1960:
         "Exclusive - Nixon vs. Kennedy: Federal Aid to Education, (question and answer)
         Additional comments by Senator Kennedy
24. Letter and statements to the National Conference of Christians and Jews Conference, October 26, 1960:
         Letter of John F. Kennedy, October 10, 1960
         Message from John F. Kennedy (as read by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt)
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
25. From the Seattle University Spectator (Seattle, Wash.), October 28, 1960, "Students Urged to Study Issues - Why Politics in Paper?":
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
26. From the Saturday Review, October 29, 1960: "The Candidates and the Arts":
         Letter to Candidates from Irving Kolodin, Associate Editor
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
27. From Parade, October 30, 1960: "Exclusive Statements on the Direct Telephone Line":
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
28. From the AOPA Pilot (Bethesda, Md.), October 1960: "General Aviation and the Candidates
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
29. Statement and Letter to Association on American Indian Affairs, October 1960:
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Letter of John F. Kennedy to Oliver LaFarge, president, AAIA, October 28, 1960
30. From the Brookville Sylvania News (Brookville, Pa.), October 1960: "Candidates Answer 'News'  Questions":
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
31. From the Caloiler (Perth Amboy, N.J.), October 1960: "The 1960 Presidential Candidates Speak to All Caloilers":
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
          Statement of John F. Kennedy
32. From Civil Liberties (monthly publication of the American Civil Liberties Union), October 1960: "Nixon and Kennedy Present Their Views on
      Civil Liberties Issues to ACLU Members":
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
33. From the Executive (Baker Library, Harvard University, Graduate School of Business  Administration), October 1960:
         "Special Report to Businessmen," John F. Kennedy
         "Business Policies in the Next Administration," Richard M. Nixon
34. From the Farm Journal (Philadelphia, Pa.), October 1960: "Here's Where the Candidates Stand":
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
35. From Musical America, October 1960: "Nixon, Kennedy View Music and the Arts":
         Letter to Candidates from Miss Theodate Johnson, publisher
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon, September 6, 1960
         Statement of John F. Kennedy, September 13, 1960
36. Letters to National Association of Educational Broadcasters, October 1960:
         Letter of Richard M. Nixon, October 10, 1960
         Letter of John F. Kennedy, October 14, 1960
37. From the NEA Journal, October 1960: "Special Statements Prepared for the NEA Journal by the Democratic and Republican Presidential
       Candidates":
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
38. From the Rural New Yorker, October 1960: "Program for Agriculture":
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
39. From the Keystone Catholic Veteran (Catholic War Veterans, Philadelphia, Pa.) October-November, 1960: "The Candidates Speak":
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
40. Statements to the American Thrift Assembly, Washington, D.C., November 2, 1960:
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
41. From the New York Daily News:
        "Memos to You From Dick and Jack," November 2, 1960:
           Statement of Richard M. Nixon, "Inflation" and "Social Security"
           Statement of John F. Kennedy, "Inflation" and "Social Security"
         "More Answers From Jack and Dick," November 3, 1960:
           Statement of John F. Kennedy, "National Defense" and "Taxes"
           Statement of Richard M. Nixon, "National Defense" and "Taxes"
         "You Asked Them; They've Answered," November 4, 1960:
           Statement of Richard M. Nixon, "Foreign Policy" and "Medical Care for the Aged"
           Statement of John F. Kennedy, "Foreign Policy" and "Medical Care for the Aged"
42. From the Catholic Transcript (Hartford, Conn.), November 3, 1960:
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
43. From the Proviso West High School Profile (Hillside, Ill.), November 3, 1960: "Candidates  Reply to Profile; State Educational Stands":
           Statement of Richard M. Nixon
           Statement of John F. Kennedy
44. From the Army-Navy-Air Force Register and Defense Times (Washington, D.C.), November 5, 1960:
        "The Candidates' Views on the Armed Forces" (questions and answers)
45. From Parade, November 6, 1960: "Your One Vote Counts":
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
46. From the Washington Post, November 6, 1960: "The Candidates Fire Election Broadsides":
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon
47. From the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, November 1960: "An Interview with John Kennedy"
      (NOTE. - The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists printed "The Scientific Revolution," by Vice President Richard M. Nixon,
        following this article. "The Scientific Revolution" is listed as a study in the Speeches of Richard Nixon, refer here)
48. From the Catholic World, November 1960:
         "Exclusive Interviews With Vice President Nixon and  Senator Kennedy"
         Interview with Richard M. Nixon, "The Challenges Ahead"
         Interview with John F. Kennedy, "The New Frontier"
49. From Equity, November 1960: "The Presidential Candidates, Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon, in Response
      to Inquiries From Equity Magazine, Take Positions  on Three Legislative Questions of Particular Concern to the Theatrical Community":
             Questions by Dick Moore
             Statement of John F. Kennedy
             Statement of Richard M. Nixon
50. From the Optimist Magazine (St. Louis, Mo.), November 1960:
         "A Special Message to Today's Youth," Richard M. Nixon
         "Today's America Is a Youthful America," John F. Kennedy
51. From Western Aviation, Missile and Space Industries (Los Angeles, Calif.), November 1960: "Candidates Kennedy and Nixon Present
       Their Views on Defense and Space Issues":
         Letter to Candidates from Walt Keeshen, Jr., Editor
         Statement of John F. Kennedy
         Statement of Richard M. Nixon

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