Barry Goldwater and the Remaking of the American Political Landscape

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Riassunto: Nearly four million Americans worked on Barry Goldwater?s behalf in the presidential election of 1964. These citizens were as dedicated to their cause as those who fought for civil rights and against the Vietnam War. Arguably, the conservative agenda that began with Goldwater has had effects on American politics and society as profound and far reaching as the liberalism of the 1960s. According to the essays in this volume, it?s high time for a reconsideration of Barry Goldwater?s legacy.

Since Goldwater?s death in 1998, politicians, pundits, and academics have been assessing his achievements and his shortcomings. The twelve essays in this volume thoroughly examine the life, times, and impact of ?Mr. Conservative.? Scrutinizing the transformation of a Phoenix department store owner into a politician, de facto political philosopher, and five-time US senator, contributors highlight the importance of power, showcasing the relationship between the nascent conservative movement?s cadre of elite businessmen, newsmen, and intellectuals and their followers at the grassroots?or sagebrush?level.

Goldwater, who was born in the Arizona Territory in 1909, was deeply influenced by his Western upbringing. With his appearance on the national stage in 1964, he not only articulated a new brand of conservatism but gave a voice to many Americans who were not enamored with the social and political changes of the era. He may have lost the battle for the presidency, but he energized a coalition of journalists, publishers, women?s groups, and Southerners to band together in a movement that reshaped the nation.

L'autore: Elizabeth Tandy Shermer is an assistant professor of history at Loyola University Chicago. She is the author of Sunbelt Capitalism: Phoenix and the Transformation of American Politics, co-editor of The Right and Labor in America: Politics, Ideology, and Imagination, and a regular contributor to Bloomberg View?s economic history blog, Echoes.

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Descrizione libro University of Arizona Press. Hardback. Condizione libro: new. BRAND NEW, Barry Goldwater and the Remaking of the American Political Landscape, Elizabeth Tandy Shermer, Nearly four million Americans worked on Barry Goldwater s behalf in the presidential election of 1964. These citizens were as dedicated to their cause as those who fought for civil rights and against the Vietnam War. Arguably, the conservative agenda that began with Goldwater has had effects on American politics and society as profound and far reaching as the liberalism of the 1960s. According to the essays in this volume, it s high time for a reconsideration of Barry Goldwater s legacy. Since Goldwater s death in 1998, politicians, pundits, and academics have been assessing his achievements and his shortcomings. The twelve essays in this volume thoroughly examine the life, times, and impact of Mr. Conservative. Scrutinizing the transformation of a Phoenix department store owner into a politician, de facto political philosopher, and five-time US senator, contributors highlight the importance of power, showcasing the relationship between the nascent conservative movement s cadre of elite businessmen, newsmen, and intellectuals and their followers at the grassroots or sagebrush level. Goldwater, who was born in the Arizona Territory in 1909, was deeply influenced by his Western upbringing. With his appearance on the national stage in 1964, he not only articulated a new brand of conservatism but gave a voice to many Americans who were not enamored with the social and political changes of the era. He may have lost the battle for the presidency, but he energized a coalition of journalists, publishers, women s groups, and Southerners to band together in a movement that reshaped the nation.". Codice libro della libreria B9780816521098

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Descrizione libro University of Arizona Press, United States, 2013. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 231 x 160 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Nearly four million Americans worked on Barry Goldwater s behalf in the presidential election of 1964. These citizens were as dedicated to their cause as those who fought for civil rights and against the Vietnam War. Arguably, the conservative agenda that began with Goldwater has had effects on American politics and society as profound and far reaching as the liberalism of the 1960s. According to the essays in this volume, it s high time for a reconsideration of Barry Goldwater s legacy. Since Goldwater s death in 1998, politicians, pundits, and academics have been assessing his achievements and his shortcomings. The twelve essays in this volume thoroughly examine the life, times, and impact of Mr. Conservative. Scrutinizing the transformation of a Phoenix department store owner into a politician, de facto political philosopher, and five-time US senator, contributors highlight the importance of power, showcasing the relationship between the nascent conservative movement s cadre of elite businessmen, newsmen, and intellectuals and their followers at the grassroots or sagebrush level. Goldwater, who was born in the Arizona Territory in 1909, was deeply influenced by his Western upbringing. With his appearance on the national stage in 1964, he not only articulated a new brand of conservatism but gave a voice to many Americans who were not enamored with the social and political changes of the era. He may have lost the battle for the presidency, but he energized a coalition of journalists, publishers, women s groups, and Southerners to band together in a movement that reshaped the nation. Codice libro della libreria AAN9780816521098

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