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Gold·wa·ter

 (gōld′wô′tər, -wŏt′ər), Barry Morris 1909-1998.
American politician. A Republican who served as US senator from Arizona (1953-1965 and 1969-1987) and ran unsuccessfully for president in 1964, he is credited with founding the conservative movement that came to dominate the Republican Party.

Gold•wa•ter

(ˈgoʊldˌwɔ tər, -ˌwɒt ər)
n.
Barry Morris, 1909–98, U.S. politician: U.S senator 1953–64 and 1968–87.
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In 1963, he became news director for the National Draft Goldwater Committee, which emerged in anticipation of Senator Barry Goldwater's expected presidential run the following year.
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Barry Goldwater, hitherto dormant conservatives would join the electorate in numbers sufficient for victory.
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In the eight months since the assassination of President Kennedy, the odds against Barry Goldwater had soared into that "wild blue yonder" where the senator loved to fly in his private plane.
This is about saving lives," says Darcy Olsen, president and CEO of the Goldwater Institute, Phoenix, Ariz.