On Sept. 27, 1964, the Warren Commission released its 888-page report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
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Three of the seven members of the commission did not support the single-bullet theory, though their objections weren’t noted in the report. The commission, The Times reported, was “unanimous on … all questions.”
Four years and 1 day earlier, 70 million U.S. viewers tuned in to watch Senator John Kennedy of Massachusetts and Vice President Richard Nixon in the first-ever televised presidential debate. Most of those who heard the first debate on the radio pronounced Nixon the winner, but this was not the case as to television.