Phyllis Schlafly, known for helping defeat the Equal Rights Amendment, died at 92

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She later helped lead efforts to defeat the proposed constitutional amendment that would have outlawed gender discrimination. The Eagle Forum pushes for low taxes, a strong military and English-only education. She opposed  to modern feminism. A woman’s most important job is to be a wife and mother, Mrs. Schlafly repeatedly said  Schlafly opposed President Bill Clinton’s decision in 1996 to send 20,000 American troops to Bosnia. Schlafly opposed same-sex marriage and civil union. She was also a best-selling author, radio commentator and an excellent debater. She published a monthly newsletter, the Phyllis Schlafly Report, wrote a syndicated newspaper column, produced radio commentaries and anchored a radio talk show. Ladies’ Home Journal named her one of the 100 most important women of the 20th century.

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