Fuzzy Reception 

"The morning after the debate, I awakened to the realization that I had witnessed a distinctly meaningless moment in American history."

Fifty-two years ago, when Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Sen. John F. Kennedy met for America's first televised presidential debate, 12 percent of Americans did not own televisions, and some who did still regarded radio as the proper electronic venue…

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