Special event coverage and commentary
|提及的人：||John F Kennedy; John Boyle O'Reilly|
John F Kennedy; Jack Denove; William Joseph Green; NBC Television Network.; Citizens for Kennedy-Johnson (Organization)
|注意：||Title supplied by cataloger based on speech title in: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce. Freedom of communications. Final report of the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, 1961-62, part I, p. 295.
"Sponsored by Citizens for Kennedy-Johnson"--Voice over. Possibly produced or co-produced by Jack Denove.
|其他题名：||Alfred Hitchcock presents (1955-1965).
Presidential election night coverage, November 8, 1960. NBC. Chet Huntley--television promo.
The program opens with a pan of the crowd in the auditorium, some chanting "We want Jack." Philadelphia Democratic Chairman William J. Green, Jr., introduces Kennedy. Kennedy expresses regret that this is not the fifth debate and comments on the nearness of Election Day. Citizens' votes are cast not only for themselves but for future generations and every free nation of the world. Unless the U.S. is moving at home, it cannot move the cause of freedom around the world. Nixon calls Kennedy's talk irresponsible, but Kennedy has served his country; he runs for the presidency to achieve the kind of America for which every American family fought and in which every American family believes. Kennedy describes the kind of America that he believes in, commenting on issues of employment, inflation, education, medical care for the aged through social security, housing, farm policy, distressed areas, automation, natural resources, and civil rights.
- Kennedy, John F. -- (John Fitzgerald), -- 1917-1963.
- O'Reilly, John Boyle, -- 1844-1890.
- Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1960.
- Communism and liberty.
- Political leadership -- United States.
- Full employment policies -- United States.
- Education and state -- United States.
- Older people -- Medical care -- United States.
- Older people -- Government policy -- United States.
- Social security -- United States.
- Housing policy -- United States.
- Economic assistance, Domestic -- United States.
- Automation -- United States.
- Agriculture and state -- United States.
- Natural resources -- Government policy -- United States.
- Civil rights -- United States.
- United States -- Economic policy.
- Philadelphia (Pa.)
- International relations and domestic issues -- United States.