You need only watch a few minutes. I’ll give you a taste.
John F. Kennedy, speaking uninterrupted by his opponent, says in his opening statement, “We can no longer afford to be second best. I want people all over the world to look to the United States again, to feel that we're on the move, to feel that our high noon is in the future.”
A few minutes later, Richard Nixon responds, again uninterrupted, “The things that Senator Kennedy has said, many of us can agree with.”