The Kennedy-Nixon Debate (1:07)
Timothy Dickinson shares his take on the Kennedy-Nixon debate.
This video can be viewed when you log in with your TV provider.
Select your TV provider to log in to have full access to videos
- Select your TV provider
- See More Providers
Related Videos (10)
The Kennedy-Nixon Debate
The Kennedy-Nixon DebateVideo Clip (1:07)
Video Clip (1:07)
Timothy Dickinson shares his take on the Kennedy-Nixon debate.
Kennedy's SummationVideo Clip (2:48)
Video Clip (2:48)
This John F. Kennedy vs. Richard Nixon 1960 presidential debate History Channel video shows Senator Kennedy speaking about the importance of the Social Security Act of 1935 and now was the time to do something for elderly medical care.
Kennedy: Teachers' Salaries
Kennedy: Teachers' SalariesVideo Clip (1:32)
Video Clip (1:32)
John F. Kennedy answers back to Nixon's accusation of supporting federal control of teacher salaries. Kennedy explains that was not the question before the Senate in February, the issue was whether to give federal aid to the state to support education.
Kennedy: Communism within the U.S.
Kennedy: Communism within the U.S.Video Clip (0:50)
Video Clip (0:50)
Senator John F. Kennedy talks about the internal threat that communism poses to national security. Kennedy describes that these internal factions are serious and should be taken care of by supporting laws that the U.S. has already passed.
Kennedy Family Tree
Kennedy Family TreeVideo Clip (5:33)
Video Clip (5:33)
From patriarch Joe Kennedy to President John F. Kennedy to today's generation, explore the Kennedy family tree.
Ask Steve: Southern Strategy
Ask Steve: Southern StrategyVideo Clip (1:23)
Video Clip (1:23)
In this video clip from Ask Steve, the Southern Strategy is explained. It was the republican party's successful plan of getting the white southern population to shift their views from democratic to republican.
Andrew Jackson vs. Bank of the U.S.
Andrew Jackson vs. Bank of the U.S.Video Clip (4:24)
Video Clip (4:24)
Discover how President Andrew Jackson went head-to-head against Henry Clay in the Bank War, the central controversy of Jackson's administration.
Franklin D. Roosevelt's Second Presidential Term
Franklin D. Roosevelt's Second Presidential TermVideo Clip (1:31)
Video Clip (1:31)
After Franklin D. Roosevelt was reelected in one of the greatest landslides in American history, he had a surprisingly shaky second term.
The Great Communicator
The Great CommunicatorVideo Clip (4:18)
Video Clip (4:18)
Ronald Reagan galvanized the American public through his famous speeches that helped redefine American politics in the 1980s.
Obama Makes History
Obama Makes HistoryVideo Clip (3:42)
Video Clip (3:42)
President Barack Obama was elected the first African-American president of the United States on November 5, 2008, transcending centuries of inequality in America.
Related Speeches & Audio (10)
Eisenhower's Inaugural Address
Eisenhower's Inaugural AddressAudio Clip (5:51)
Audio Clip (5:51)
When Dwight D. Eisenhower becomes the 34th president of the United States on January 20, 1953, his inaugural address lays out a nine-point plan for achieving world peace.
Reagan's Second Inaugural Address
Reagan's Second Inaugural AddressAudio Clip (0:47)
Audio Clip (0:47)
Defeating Democratic nominee Walter Mondale with an unprecedented electoral vote margin, President Ronald Reagan secured a second term as president of the United States. In his inaugural address on January 21, 1985, Reagan introduces the idea of a "new American emancipation."
Reagan Accepts Presidential Nomination
Reagan Accepts Presidential NominationAudio Clip (1:33)
Audio Clip (1:33)
After unsuccessfully seeking the presidential nomination in 1968 and 1976, Ronald Reagan was nominated at the Republican National Convention on September 7, 1980. In his acceptance speech, the former California governor tells American taxpayers that they do not exist to fund the federal government.
Reagan's 1984 Presidential Nomination
Reagan's 1984 Presidential NominationAudio Clip (0:57)
Audio Clip (0:57)
On August 23, 1984, President Ronald Reagan accepts his party's nomination for a second term. In his speech at the Republican National Convention, President Reagan promises a "springtime of hope" for America.
Nixon's Second Inaugural Address
Nixon's Second Inaugural AddressAudio Clip (1:42)
Audio Clip (1:42)
After a landslide reelection victory, incumbent President Richard Nixon stresses America's role in the pursuit of world peace during his second inaugural address, delivered on January 20, 1973.
Nixon Reelected to Presidency
Nixon Reelected to PresidencyAudio Clip (1:03)
Audio Clip (1:03)
On November 7, 1972, incumbent President Richard Nixon won a second term in a landslide victory over Democrat George McGovern. In a brief statement from the Oval Office, President Nixon promises to bring "peace with honor" in Vietnam and to usher in a "new era of peace" with the Soviet Union.
Nixon's First Inaugural Address
Nixon's First Inaugural AddressAudio Clip (1:13)
Audio Clip (1:13)
After losing his first presidential bid to John F. Kennedy in 1960, former Vice President Richard Nixon brought the Republican Party back into power with a win in the 1968 presidential election. On January 20, 1969, he takes the oath of office and promises to heal a divided nation.
Roosevelt Elected to Third Term
Roosevelt Elected to Third TermAudio Clip (1:30)
Audio Clip (1:30)
From WGN Chicago on November 7, 1940, news reporter Fulton Lewis Jr. details the historic third-term election of Franklin D. Roosevelt as president of the United States.
Lyndon Johnson's Inaugural Address
Lyndon Johnson's Inaugural AddressAudio Clip (2:02)
Audio Clip (2:02)
On January 20, 1965, Lyndon B. Johnson began his first elected term as president of the United States. In his inaugural address, Johnson calls for the nation to unite toward a common goal.
Lyndon Johnson and Robert Kennedy Discuss Election Night Results
Lyndon Johnson and Robert Kennedy Discuss Election Night ResultsAudio Clip (2:56)
Audio Clip (2:56)
In a recorded telephone conversation on November 3, 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson discusses that night's election results with Robert F. Kennedy, who has just won his Senate race in New York. Johnson speculates about the outcome of his presidential race and asks Kennedy to offer congratulations to his brother Edward for his Senate win in Massachusetts.
Related Photo Galleries (6)
James Madison(10 Photos)
See pictures from the life and presidency of James Madison.
James Monroe(8 Photos)
See pictures from the life and presidency of James Monroe.
John Quincy Adams
John Quincy Adams(8 Photos)
See pictures from the life and presidency of John Quincy Adams.
John Tyler(6 Photos)
See pictures from the life and presidency of John Tyler
Millard Fillmore(8 Photos)
See pictures from the life and presidency of Millard Fillmore.
William Henry Harrison
William Henry Harrison(7 Photos)
See pictures from the life and presidency of William Henry Harrison
Most Popular Videos on History.com
Is the U.S. infrastructure past its expiration date?
Experience the turbulent events that ignited the bloodiest, most divisive war this country has known.
Experience for yourself the historical and personal impact of the Civil War.
Keep up with the latest History shows, online features, special offers and more.Sign up