[EDITORIAL] Phoenix drops the ball; Mesa picks it up, runs with it

The Arizona Republic

The years-long negotiations to build a library devoted to the work of the late, great Barry Goldwater appears to have borne fruit for Mesa, a city on an amazing cultural and educational roll.

On Wednesday, the Goldwater Library foundation announced an agreement with Mesa that places the planned 40,000-square-foot library/research center within a block of the city’s fabulous arts center.

Not only will the library include the late U.S. senator’s voluminous cache of papers, photos, journals and letters, it also may become home to the archives of Arizona’s other federally elected luminaries.



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