Fabio Rojas has a theory: [C]onservative politics was not “reborn” after the Goldwater campaign in 1964 and cemented by Reagan. Instead, the Nixonites allowed this new ideological trend to be the face of the party, but they retained control over...
Last week marked the 50th anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s “A Time for Choosing” speech, which he gave on prime-time television in late October 1964 in support of Goldwater’s presidential campaign Jeff Shesol takes us back to that piv... Read Post
by Dish Staff The big non-fiction book of the moment for political junkies is Rick Perlstein’s The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan, the third volume in a series that began with Barry Goldwater’s insurgent ... Read Post
Ken Adelman is a lifelong conservative Republican. Campaigned for Goldwater, was hired by Rumsfeld at the Office of Economic Opportunity under Nixon, was assistant to Defense Secretary Rumsfeld under Ford, served as Reagan’s directo... Read Post