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Barry Goldwater's early background as a photographer and pilot is discussed up until he was elected to the Senate.
Barry Goldwater's defiant 1964 Republican Convention speech ultimately scared off voters, as criticism spread that he was too extreme.
Ronald Reagan's commitment to the economy, shrinking the government, and renewing the country's optimism are considered as factors leading to his growing popularity.
The RNC in 1976 was contested, giving the undecided delegates the final say in the ultimate nominee. Though Reagan lost, his gracious comments after his defeat made a lasting impression.
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