Phyllis Schlafly

President of the Eagle Forum

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Lawyer, political analyst and activist, most famously, for leading the opposition to the Equal Rights Amendment; president of the Eagle Forum, a conservative, pro-family group and author, most recently, of The Supremacists: The Tyranny of Judges and How to Stop It

Phyllis Schlafly on KCRW

On this 4th of July, a lot of people may think that equal rights for women are part of the Constitution. They are not.

An Old Controversy Gets a New Name

On this 4th of July, a lot of people may think that equal rights for women are part of the Constitution. They are not.

from To the Point

Fifty years after the civil rights movement began, many people think equal rights for women are part of the Constitution.

An Old Controversy Gets a New Name

Fifty years after the civil rights movement began, many people think equal rights for women are part of the Constitution.

from To the Point

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