a trigger-happy warmonger, a nuclear madman and the candidate who couldn't win," Mr. Goldwater recalled. However, nothing could be more than the truth. As he had been during the Korean War, Mr. Goldwater was bitterly critical of what he considered to be a "no win" policy in Vietnam, and he was an early advocate of bombing Hanoi and laying mines in the harbor at Haiphong, positions that were called outrageous at the time. He ended racial segregation in his family department stores, and he was instrumental in ending it in Phoenix schools and restaurants and in the Arizona National Guard. A fascist? Hardly. He was another pro-liberty freedom loving person who was attacked unmercifully by the left. *italics: mine Washingtonpost.com: Barry Goldwater Dead at 89 [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GITwqqE72N8&feature=related]YouTube - ‪Barry Goldwater Clip‬‏[/ame] Goldwater: The revival of liberalism in America.