Kennedy Nixon Debate 1960 Travel Mug
The 1960 presidential debate between US Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice-President Richard Nixon was the first time a presidential debate had been televised in the United States. The debate is transformed into a retro pop art graphic in the Kennedy Nixon Debate 1960 design. An old television set is pictured with the debate airing on the screen. A scene from the debate features Democratic nominee, John Kennedy, in the foreground and Republican nominee, Richard Nixon, in the background. The screen image is grainy, in black and white, with a very light shade of pink. The retro TV is in a shade of light turquoise-blue and black. KENNEDY/NIXON is spelled out in a blog font below the television set. If you are a US history buff, you love politics or you are a huge fan of Kennedy or Nixon, the Kennedy Nixon Debate 1960 design would make the ideal choice!
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