Phyllis Schlafly and the Making of Grassroots Conservative Sexual Politics — NOTCHES

Stacie Taranto Phyllis Schlafly, the longtime conservative activist and prominent antifeminist, died on Monday, September 5, 2016. Her political career spanned seven decades and indelibly shaped the histories of gender and sexuality in the postwar United States. She began her career as a staunch advocate of anti-communist foreign policy in the late 1940s and, in response…

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