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


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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