1. Barry Goldwater was the first Congressman to serve while having a father in the Senate.
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2. Barry Goldwater died on May 29, 1998, at the age of 89 at his long-time home in Paradise Valley, Arizona, of complications from the stroke.
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4. On one occasion, Barry Goldwater brought his camera and photographed President Kennedy.
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8. In 1916, Barry Goldwater visited the Hopi Reservation with Phoenix architect John Rinker Kibby, and obtained his first kachina doll.
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12. Barry Goldwater introduced the 1984 Cable Franchise Policy and Communications Act, which allowed local governments to require the transmission of public, educational, and government access channels, barred cable operators from exercising editorial control over content of programs carried on PEG channels, and absolved them from liability for their content.
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13. Barry Goldwater disagreed with the Reagan administration on certain aspects of foreign policy.
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14. Barry Goldwater played little part in the election or administration of Richard Nixon, but he helped force Nixon's resignation in 1974.
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16. Barry Goldwater emphasized his strong opposition to the worldwide spread of communism in his 1960 book The Conscience of a Conservative.
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18. Barry Goldwater retired in 1987, serving as chair of the Senate Intelligence and Armed Services Committees in his final term.
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19. Barry Goldwater was challenged by a formidable opponent, Bill Schulz, a former Republican turned Democrat and a wealthy real estate developer.
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20. Barry Goldwater was viewed by some as out of touch and vulnerable for several reasons; most importantly, because he had planned to retire in 1981, Goldwater had not visited many areas of Arizona outside of Phoenix and Tucson.
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24. Barry Goldwater had once called the Eisenhower administration "a dime-store New Deal" and the former president never fully forgave him.
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28. In 1964, Barry Goldwater fought and won a multi-candidate race for the Republican Party's presidential nomination.
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29. Barry Goldwater was outspoken about the Eisenhower administration, calling some of the policies of the Eisenhower administration too liberal for a Republican President.
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31. Barry Goldwater defeated McFarland again in 1958, with a strong showing in his first reelection; he was the first Arizona Republican to win a second term in the Senate.
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35. Barry Goldwater was a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, and Sigma Chi fraternity.
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36. Barry Goldwater joined them in Green River, Utah, and rowed his own boat down to Lake Mead.
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43. Barry Goldwater came to know former President Herbert Hoover, whose conservative politics he admired greatly.
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46. In 1964, Barry Goldwater mobilized a large conservative constituency to win the hard-fought Republican presidential primaries.
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