Former Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater lays out the conservative position both politically and economically that would come to dominate the Conservative Movement in America.
Written in 1960, Barry Goldwater's political best seller, in which he articulates his conservative positions, became a rallying point for his supporters when he ran against Lyndon Johnson in 1964. One of his key themes was the threat to individual freedom by what he saw as the unconstitutional encroachment by the federal government.
Genre: Political Science
Subgenre: Civics + Citizenship, Political Freedom + Security / Civil Rights, International Relations / General, Political Ideologies / Conservatism + Liberalism, Political Ideologies / Democracy