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Mr. Conservative: Goldwater on Goldwater (2006)

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Julian Bond ...
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Benjamin C. Bradlee
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Barry Cronkite ...
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Alfonse D'amato
John Dean ...
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Joanne Goldwater
Michael Goldwater
Peggy Goldwater-Clay
Ted Kennedy ...
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Robert MacNeil
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22 October 2006 | by (Mosier, OR) – See all my reviews

This movie is delightful to watch. I expected the topic to be more concerned with his conservative philosophy. The movie is, however, about the man. In this richly detailed biography we see a man who lives his philosophy. He was an outdoorsman, a photographer, a pilot, a ham radio enthusiast. He spoke his mind. We also gain historical insight into his relationship with J.F.K., Nixon, Sandra Day O'Connor, and yes... even Hilary Clinton. He voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964 not because he was a bigot (he was half Jewish) but because it violated the constitutional protection of people to freely associate. He believed that such a clear violation of the constitution would contribute immeasurably to the explosion of federal power. He was right.


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