Dr. Sidney Kraus is a professor of communications at Cleveland State University. He is a leading expert on televised presidential debates, and he has served as media and television advisor to governors, senators, and other candidates for public office.

The Great Debates as a Milestone

The Continued Interest in the 1960 Great Debates

The Impact of Television on Politics

The Impact of Televised Debates on the Electorate

Who Does, and Who Should, Control Presidential Debates