A Glorious Disaster: Barry Goldwater's Presidential Campaign and the Origins of the Conservative Movement

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Basic Books, 1 באפר׳ 2008 - 336 עמודים
Barry Goldwater's 1964 run for the presidency was one of the major political turning points of the twentieth century: The policy positions and electoral strategies of that campaign have become standard tenets of Republican politics. A member of the “Draft Goldwater” movement as early as 1962, Bill Middendorf had better than a ringside seat for this pivotal event and knows its inside story better than anyone else. A Glorious Disaster tells that story in all its rollicking, agonizing, and never-before-published detail.

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A glorious disaster: Barry Goldwater's presidential campaign and the origins of the conservative movement

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Several notable books, including Rick Perlstein'sBefore the Storm: Barry Goldwater and the Unmaking of the American Consensus , document the rise of modern conservatism, which coalesced into today's ... קרא סקירה מלאה

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J. William Middendorf II served in the Nixon, Ford, and Reagan administrations as Secretary of the Navy, Ambassador to The Netherlands, U.S. Representative to the Organization of American States, and U.S. Representative to the European Community. He is a founding member, with William F. Buckley Jr., of the American Conservative Union and a board member of the Heritage Foundation. He lives in Rhode Island.

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