While the following elections of presidents have always had some presidential debates, all of them have done studying of some of the best ones in history. Many presidential candidates would base their platforms and strategies from historical debates of old presidents of different countries and of course they will choose the ones who won.
One of those famous ones was of 1960 where it was between US Senator John F. Kennedy which was the Democratic nominee against the Vice President Richard Nixon who was the Republican nominee. They were debating in Chicago at the studios CBS’ WBBM-TV. This debate was based more on ideologies. There was also another famous historical presidential debate which was between Democratic candidate Governor Jimmy Carter of Georgia against the Republican candidate who was President Gerald Ford. This was held of September 23, 1976 on television and before studio audiences. There also another presidential debate and this time in 1980. It was President Cart against his opponent who was Governor Ronald Reagan of California. Reagan had fared better due to his years of experience in front of a camera and knew some tricks on how to deal with the audiences.
These presidential debates have become good inspirations for many presidential candidates all over the world and have given them many ideas for many different methods to win over presidential debates. These has also given some good lessons for political lessons since these debates are chuck full of knowledge that these candidates have researched a lot.