Goldwater: 50 Years Later

Goldwater: 50 Years Later

A 50th anniversary look at the conservative legacy of Barry Goldwater and his 1964 presidential run.

Sen. Barry Goldwater rallied a new conservative generation during his presidential campaign in 1964. Although he lost that contest, his landmark philosophies of conservatism still echo a half-century later. As Goldwater's son, Barry Goldwater Jr., reminds us, conservatives must present positive answers to national problems, not just condemn them. (Associated Press)

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