Barry Goldwater's name vanished from Arizona's Republican Party headquarters in Phoenix when the building on North 24th Street was repainted.  In 1970 the Arizona Historical Foundation published the daily journal Goldwater had maintained on the Grand Canyon journey, including his photographs, in a 209-page volume titled Delightful Journey. .  Lyndon B. Johnson exploited this association during the elections, but Goldwater barred the KKK from supporting him and denounced them. Following World War II, Goldwater was a leading proponent of creating the United States Air Force Academy, and later served on the Academy's Board of Visitors. Staff, If that ever happens, kiss politics goodbye.. Goldwater remained popular in Arizona, and in the 1968 Senate election he was elected to the seat of retiring Senator Carl Hayden.
, Although Goldwater was not as important in the American conservative movement as Ronald Reagan after 1965, he shaped and redefined the movement from the late 1950s to 1964. In 1964, Goldwater ran a conservative campaign that emphasized states' rights. On May 12, 1986, Goldwater was presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Ronald Reagan. The grandchildren are moving in and rearranging the furniture.
", Jurdem, Laurence R. " 'The Media Were Not Completely Fair to You': Foreign Policy, the Press and the 1964 Goldwater Campaign. "People want a problem-solving approach to government," he says. Some Republicans had called for the removal of Goldwater's name before, including when he endorsed Democrat Karan English for Congress in 1992.
Circulation, "Barry Goldwater believed in personal freedoms, the right to privacy, and a woman's right to choose," she said. Early on in his career as a senator for Arizona, he criticized the $71.8 billion budget that President Eisenhower sent to Congress, stating "Now, however, I am not so sure. More than 90 percent of the residents and prospects report owning home computers. " His nomination was opposed by liberal Republicans, who thought Goldwater's demand for active measures to defeat the Soviet Union, would foment a nuclear war. Goldwater became a widower in 1985, and in 1992 he married Susan Wechsler, a nurse 32 years his junior.. Goldwater returned to the Senate in 1969 and specialized in defense and foreign policy. He delivered a well-received acceptance speech.  Goldwater's surprisingly close victory in 1980 came despite Reagan's 61% landslide over Jimmy Carter in Arizona. , Before the 1964 election, Fact magazine, published by Ralph Ginzburg, ran a special issue titled "The Unconscious of a Conservative: A Special Issue on the Mind of Barry Goldwater". They have inherited Goldwater's rebellious spirit; but they are rebelling not against government but against politicians, and not to the right but to the center. The 1974 election saw Goldwater easily reelected over his Democratic opponent, Jonathan Marshall, the publisher of The Scottsdale Progress. Goldwater fought in 1971 to stop U.S. funding of the United Nations after the People's Republic of China was admitted to the organization. Goldwater visited the small town of Bowen, Illinois, in 1989 to see where his mother was raised.  Regarding Vietnam, Goldwater charged that Johnson's policy was devoid of "goal, course, or purpose," leaving "only sudden death in the jungles and the slow strangulation of freedom".