A Tale of Two Goldwaters

What Barry and Morris Understood About Getting Along

To avoid encountering the name Goldwater, you’d have to pay little attention to nature photography or Hopi culture–no reading Arizona Highways or visiting the Kachina doll collection at the Heard Museum. You would have to avoid flying in or out of Sky Harbor International Airport’s Terminal 4. You would have to eschew studying the state’s history or politics. You couldn’t even follow the news, since the Goldwater Institute continues to fight for conservative principles in the state.

But the Goldwater whose name pervades the state–U.S. Senator, 1964 presidential candidate, and conservative …