During a debate in Chicago, Illinois Nixon talks about his major recommendations which were adopted by the administration.
Chicago Illinois USA Date:1960, September 26 Duration:3 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
The first Kennedy-Nixon Presidential Debate in Chicago, Illinois. Stuart Novins from CBS News asks Republican candidate U.S. Vice President Richard M. Nixon about his major proposals in last eight years that have been adopted by the administration. Nixon answers and states that his major recommendations and proposals that have being adopted by the administration include: increase in the exchange programs like exchange of persons of leaders in the labor and information field. He further talks about his proposals like setting up of separate inter-American lending agency, his recommendations for the Hungarian refugee situation and price stability and economic growth that had been adopted. Democratic candidate Senator John F. Kennedy states his points on that question. He says that he disagrees with progress figures used by Nixon in his speech regarding the Truman Administration. He disagrees with the recommendations made by Nixon like price stability, exchange of students and labor unions being adopted by the administration.
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