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The biography of Phyllis Schlafly

Carol Felsenthal

The biography of Phyllis Schlafly

the sweetheart of the silent majority

by Carol Felsenthal

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Published by Regnery Gateway in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Schlafly, Phyllis,
  • Women"s rights -- United States,
  • Women in politics -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published by Doubleday under the title: The Sweetheart of the silent majority.

    Other titlesSweetheart of the silent majority.
    StatementCarol Felsenthal.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 337 p., [24] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages337
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17742803M
    ISBN 100895268736
    LC Control Number81085562
    OCLC/WorldCa8801272

    Phyllis Schlafly and Grassroots Conservatism is packed with information, and throughout the text Critchlow oscillates between a history of Schlafly and a history of conservatism in the late twentieth century. Yet, unlike other historians who focus on the right in America, Critchlow remains remarkably detached – so much so that one wonders.   Phyllis Schlafly is a American Constitutional Lawyer, Conservative Activist, Author, who was born on 15 August, in St. Louis, Missouri. Age 92 years (age at death) old. Phyllis Schlafly Zodiac Sign is Leo, Ethnicity White & religion Not Available.. Phyllis Schlafly Net Worth Phyllis Schlafly estimated net worth in is Under we also added Phyllis Schlafly previous.

    The Life and Legacy of Phyllis Schlafly; Books by Phyllis Schlafly; Phyllis Schlafly Center Archives; Events; Media; Contact; Shop; Subscribe; Donate; Products. Books; CD’s; DVD’s; Subscriptions; Donate; Showing 1–12 of 24 results. A Choice Not An Echo: Updated and Expanded (, Hardback) $ . “She’s an extremely liberated woman,” DeCrow said in an interview with Carol Felsenthal for her book “The Sweetheart of the Silent Majority: The Biography of Phyllis Schlafly” ().

      Schlafly has, for the better part of the past 50 years, been a one-woman right-wing communications empire. Through her speeches, books, radio addresses and monthly newsletter, The Phyllis Schlafly. Phyllis Schlafly has published twenty books in her long career, on subjects from foreign policy to taxes to family values. Her first book, A Choice Not an Echo, Was a history of National Republican Conventions, and assisted in the nomination of Barry Goldwater for president in the election. Her latest book, Who Killed the American Family?, discusses the importance of traditional families.


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Alternative Title: Phyllis Stewart Phyllis Schlafly, née Phyllis Stewart, (born AugSt. Louis, Missouri, U.S.—died September 5,St. Louis), American writer and political activist who was best known for her opposition to the women’s movement and especially the Equal Rights Amendment.

Phyllis Schlafly has been a national leader of the conservative movement since the publication of her best-selling book,  A Choice Not An Echo. In a ten-year battle, Mrs. Schlafly led the pro-family movement to victory over the principal legislative goal of the.

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She created the pro-family movement inwhen she started her national volunteer organization called Eagle Forum. The Phyllis Schlafly Speaks series is a collection of books released by the Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund to give the public access to Phyllis’s writings on a number of important topics.

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It was recommended by a member of Stop ERA who was friends with Schlafly. Phyllis Schlafly is a central figure in the new Hulu series Mrs. America. She was a movement conservative and author. Her book, A Choice Not an Echo (), a polemic against Republican leader Nelson Rockefeller, sold more than three million copies.

Schlafly was born on Augin St. Louis, Missouri. of 60 results for Books: Phyllis Schlafly. Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. Phyllis Schlafly Speaks, Volume 3: How the Republican Party Became Pro-Life.

by Phyllis Schlafly and Martin Ed | Mar 1, Paperback $ $ Phyllis Schlafly was a national leader of the conservative movement since the publication of her best-selling book, A Choice Not An created the pro-family movement inwhen she started her national volunteer organization called Eagle Forum.

Phyllis Schlafly was a heroine, a role model, and a mentor to many Americans. Those looking for a traditional biography of Schlafly will not find it here.

Critchlow’s book is mostly concerned with Schlafly’s activist career. And it is a fascinating tale. For younger readers, the name Phyllis Schlafly probably will not mean much, which is regrettable, for she is truly conservatism’s founding mother. InPhyllis Schlafly self-published one of her most famous books, A Choice Not an Echo.

This book was the first of Schlafly's 19 authored texts, and sold 3 million copies, granting her national attention as a conservative activist. This is an excellent biography that tells the story of Phyllis Schlafly's life from her earliest days to the time the book was published.

It is a fascinating story, partly because Felsenthal zeroes in on how this "anti-liberationist" is among the most liberated of women, pursuing goals and meeting them/5. Mini Bio (1) Phyllis Schlafly is best known as a leader of the American fundamentalist conservative movement.

A bitter opponent of the ideas espoused by modern feminism, she led the fight, which was ultimately successful, against the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment in Looking for books by Phyllis Schlafly. See all books authored by Phyllis Schlafly, including The Flipside of Feminism, and A Choice Not an Echo: The inside story of how American Presidents are chosen, and more on Phyllis Schlafly has 37 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Phyllis Schlafly’s most popular book is The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women K. Donald Critchlow’s political biography of Phyllis Schlafly is a useful corrective to most other histories of grassroots conservatism and closes the gap between historiography on feminists and.

“Phyllis Schlafly’s files are immense, with great correspondence between state organizers, state activists and Phyllis Schlafly and I did not find a instance of people raising racial issues.As a post-WWII baby-boomer, I was quite familiar with Mrs.

Schlafly's controversial public life. Regardless of the sour grapes in Beth T's review, this book is an excellent biography of an authentic twentieth century heroine.

Both admired and scorned, Mrs. Schlafly lived out /5(3).Longtime activist, author, and antifeminist leader Phyllis Schlafly is for many the symbol of the conservative movement in America.

In this provocative new book, historian Donald T. Critchlow sheds new light on Schlafly’s life and on the unappreciated role her grassroots activism played in transforming America’s political landscape.