The Losers: End of The Road


Just ten months before, Barry Goldwater had stood on the patio of his desert house near Phoenix and declared himself a candidate for the presidency. It would be "a long and lonely road." This week he was back at that house and at the end of the road. On election morn, Barry was up at 5. padding about his darkened den and twiddling the dials of his ham set because "I couldn't find anyone to make a speech to." Before breakfast he had raised 25 operators. At midmorning he drove over to...

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