But well after the convention, he had remained open to the idea of backing Goldwater.
The seeming debacle of the 1964 Goldwater presidential campaign further stoked liberal optimism.
I reached Goldwater by phone in Hawaii where he is lecturing at the university to ask him about his apparent apostasy.
Goldwater co-chairs a campaign to “stand up to utility monopolies to ensure solar energy remains strong in America.”
Goldwater conservatives proved that in 1964, as did Reaganites in 1980—not to mention McGovern Democrats in 1972.
Goldwater still shook his head, albeit a whit appeased by the flattery.
But you, Goldwater—your fame has blown across the Atlantic, over the Carpathians.
Rebuffed by the janitors, Pinchas haughtily asked for Goldwater.
I don't think he is too much of a boy to go around and try to collect votes for Goldwater.
At last he found himself in the little bureau and dressing-room in which Goldwater was angrily changing his trousers.