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She was known for staunchly conservative social and political views, antifeminism , opposition to abortion , and her successful campaign against ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the U. Schlafly co-authored books on national defense and was greatly critical of arms control agreements with the Soviet Union — During the Depression, Schlafly's father faced long-term unemployment , and her mother entered the labor market.
Stewart was able to keep the family afloat and maintained Phyllis in a Catholic girls' school. Phyllis's sole sibling was her younger sister, Odile Stewart married name Mecker; — Phyllis attended college and graduate school.
Before her marriage, she worked as a teacher at a private girls' school in St. Schlafly's great-grandfather Stewart, a Presbyterian, emigrated from Scotland to New York in and moved westward through Canada before settling in Michigan. Schlafly started college early and worked as a model for a time. In , she received a Master of Arts degree in government from Radcliffe College for which the then all-male Harvard University was a coordinate institution. In Strike From Space , Schlafly notes that during World War II, she worked as "a ballistics gunner and technician at the largest ammunition plant in the world".
Louis School of Law in She played a major role with her husband in in writing a highly influential report, the "American Bar Association's Report on Communist Tactics, Strategy, and Objectives. In , Schlafly ran for Congress as a Republican in the majority Democratic 24th congressional district of Illinois and lost to Charles Melvin Price.
Olin , Spencer Olin , and Texas oil billionaire H. She attended her first Republican National Convention in year and continued to attend each following convention.
Taft to be the party nominee for the presidential election. She came to national attention when millions of copies of her self-published book, A Choice Not an Echo , were distributed in support of Barry Goldwater's presidential campaign , especially in California 's hotly fought winner-take-all-delegates GOP primary. Critics called the book a conspiracy theory about "secret kingmakers" controlling the Republican Party.
Schlafly joined the John Birch Society , but quit because she thought that the main communist threats to the nation were external rather than internal. American Feminists made their greatest bid for national attention at the National Women's Conference in Houston; however, historian Marjorie J. Spruill argues that the anti-feminists led by Schlafly organized a highly successful counter-conference, the Pro-Life, Pro-Family Rally, to protest the National Women's Conference and make it clear feminists did not speak for them.
At their rally they announced the beginning of a pro-family movement, to fight against politicians who had been supporting feminism and liberalism , and to promote " family values " in American politics, and so moved the Republican Party to the right and defeated the ratification of the ERA. She argued that the ERA would take away gender-specific privileges currently enjoyed by women, including "dependent wife" benefits under Social Security , separate restrooms for males and females, and exemption from the Selective Service the Army draft.
In , when Schlafly began her campaign against the Equal Rights Amendment, it had already been ratified by 28 of the required 38 states. The Equal Rights Amendment was narrowly defeated, having only achieved ratification in 35 states, five of which had subsequently rescinded their ratification. Political scientist Jane J.
Mansbridge concluded in her history of the ERA:. Many people who followed the struggle over the ERA believed—rightly in my view—that the Amendment would have been ratified by or had it not been for Phyllis Schlafly's early and effective effort to organize potential opponents. Joan Williams argues, "ERA was defeated when Schlafly turned it into a war among women over gender roles. As moderates, we thought we represented the forces of reason and goodwill but failed to take seriously the power of the family values argument and the single-mindedness of Schlafly and her followers.
The ERA's defeat seriously damaged the women's movement, destroying its momentum and its potential to foment social change Eventually, this resulted in feminist dissatisfaction with the Republican Party, giving the Democrats a new source of strength that when combined with overwhelming minority support, helped elect Bill Clinton to the presidency in and again in Critics of Schlafly saw her advocacy against equal rights and her role as a working professional as a contradiction.
Gloria Steinem and author Pia de Solenni , among others, considered it ironic that in Schlafly's role as an advocate for the full-time mother and wife, she herself was a lawyer, newsletter editor, touring speaker, and political activist.
In , she began creating syndicated daily 3-minute commentaries for radio. In , she began hosting a weekly radio talk show, Eagle Forum Live. Schlafly focused political opposition to the ERA in defense of traditional gender roles, such as only men fighting in war.
She argued that the equal rights amendment would eliminate the men-only draft and guarantee the possibility that women would be equally subject to conscription and be required to serve in combat ; that defense of traditional gender roles proved a useful tactic. In Illinois, the anti-ERA activists used traditional symbols of the American housewife , and took homemade foods bread, jams, apple pies, etc.
The historian Lisa Levenstein said that, in the late s, the feminist movement briefly attempted a program to help older divorced and widowed women. The program, however, encountered sharp criticism from young activists who gave priority to poor minority women rather than to middle-class women.
Schlafly moved into the political vacuum, and denounced the feminists for abandoning older, middle-class widows and divorcees in need, and warned that the ERA would equalize the laws for the benefit of men, stripping legal protections that older women urgently needed. Schlafly said the ERA was designed for the benefit of young career women, and warned that if men and women had to be treated equally, that social condition would threaten the security of middle-aged housewives without job skills.
That the ERA would repeal legal protections, such as alimony, and eliminate the judicial tendency for divorced mothers to receive custody of their children. Schlafly told Time magazine in , "I have cancelled speeches whenever my husband thought that I had been away from home too much.
In March , Schlafly spoke against the construct of marital rape in a speech at Bates College in Lewiston , Maine , "By getting married, the woman has consented to sex, and I don't think you can call it rape. She called Roe v. Wade "the worst decision in the history of the U. Supreme Court" and said that it "is responsible for the killing of millions of unborn babies". In , while working to defeat a new version of the Equal Rights Amendment, she warned it would force courts to approve same-sex marriages and deny Social Security benefits for housewives and widows.
Over the years, Schlafly disdained the United Nations. On the 50th anniversary of the UN in , she referred to it as "a cause for mourning, not celebration. It is a monument to foolish hopes, embarrassing compromises, betrayal of our servicemen, and a steady stream of insults to our nation. It is a Trojan Horse that carries the enemy into our midst and lures Americans to ride under alien insignia to fight and die in faraway lands.
Schlafly noted that Balkan nations have fought one another for years and that the U. Prior to the Congressional elections, Schlafly condemned globalization through the World Trade Organization as a "direct attack on American sovereignty , independence, jobs, and economy In late , Schlafly collaborated with Jerome Corsi and Howard Phillips to create a website in opposition to the idea of a " North American Union ", under which the United States, Mexico , and Canada would share a currency and be integrated in a structure similar to the European Union.
In , she wrote that "[arms control] will not stop Red aggression any more than disarming our local police will stop murder , theft , and rape. Schlafly was an outspoken critic of what she termed " activist judges ", particularly on the Supreme Court. In , Schlafly made headlines at a conference for the Judeo-Christian Council for Constitutional Restoration by suggesting that "Congress ought to talk about impeachment" of Justice Anthony Kennedy , citing as specific grounds Justice Kennedy's deciding vote to abolish the death penalty for minors.
In April , shortly after John Paul Stevens announced his retirement as an associate justice of the U. Supreme Court, Schlafly called for the appointment of a military veteran to the Court. Stevens had been a veteran and, with his retirement, the court was "at risk of being left without a single military veteran. Schlafly did not endorse a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination , but she spoke out against Mike Huckabee , who, she says, as governor left the Republican Party in Arkansas "in shambles".
At the Eagle Forum, she has hosted U. Representative Tom Tancredo of Colorado , known for his opposition to illegal immigration.
Before his election, she criticized Barack Obama as "an elitist who worked with words". During the election, she endorsed John McCain in an interview by saying: Schlafly endorsed Michele Bachmann in December for the Iowa caucus of the Republican presidential primaries , citing Bachmann's work against " ObamaCare " and deficit spending and her Bachmann's support of "traditional values.
On February 3, , Schlafly announced that she would be voting for Rick Santorum in that year's Missouri Republican primary. Schlafly broke with six dissident members, including her own daughter, Anne Cori,  and Cathie Adams , the former short-term state chairman of the Texas Republican Party.
Adams instead supported U. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, Trump's principal challenger whom Adams considered a more conservative choice. Schlafly's last book, The Conservative Case for Trump , was published September 6, , one day after her death.
She died on September 5, Schlafly opposed same-sex marriage and civil unions: Schlafly believed the Republican Party should reject immigration reform proposals; she told Focus Today that it is a "great myth" that the GOP needs to reach out to Latinos in the United States. The propagandists are leading us down the wrong path On May 1, , the trustees of Washington University, St. Louis, announced that Schlafly would receive an honorary degree at the graduation ceremony for the Class of , which news met objection from some students and faculty, who complained that she was anti-feminist and criticized her work in defeating the Equal Rights Amendment.
While the trustees' honorary-degree committee unanimously approved who would be honored, five student-members of the committee complained, in writing, that they were required to vote for the five people to be honored, as a slate, rather than individually, and thought that the selection of Schlafly was a mistake, despite her prominence as a famous graduate of Washington University.
Wrighton explained the trustees' decision to award Schlafly an honorary degree with the following statement of disclaimer:. In bestowing this degree, the University is not endorsing Mrs.
Schlafly's views or opinions; rather, it is recognizing an alumna of the University whose life and work have had a broad impact on American life and have sparked widespread debate and controversies that in many cases have helped people better formulate and articulate their own views about the values they hold. At the May 16, , commencement ceremony, Schlafly was awarded an honorary degree as a Doctor of Humane Letters , yet faculty and students protested to rescind Schlafly's honorary degree.
During the ceremony, hundreds of the 14, people in attendance, including one-third of the graduating class and some faculty, silently stood and turned their backs to Schlafly in protest.
Louis family; he died in His grandfather, August, immigrated in from Switzerland. In the late s, the three brothers founded the firm of Schlafly Bros. They linked Catholicism to Americanism and often exhorted Catholics to join the anti-communist crusade. In , their eldest son, John, was outed as homosexual by Queer Week magazine.
Schlafly was the aunt of conservative anti-feminist author Suzanne Venker ; together they wrote The Flipside of Feminism: Schlafly died of cancer on September 5, , at her home in Ladue, Missouri , at the age of Schlafly was the author of twenty-six books on subjects ranging from child care to phonics education.
She wrote a syndicated weekly newspaper column for Creators Syndicate. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Phyllis Schlafly Schlafly in Brooks Pat Buchanan William F.
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