Phyllis Schlafly, one of the founders of the modern American conservative movement, has died.
She was a delegate to numerous Republican conventions. She wrote many books on topics including education, feminism, national defense, and judicial activism; her total sales are several million. She led the movement to defeat the Equal Rights Amendment, the chief goal of the feminist movement. She founded and still led Eagle Forum, a conservative organization focusing on national sovereignty, immigration reform, education, and traditional values. Schlafly wrote a weekly column and a monthly newsletter.
I met Schlafly when she spoke at Kalamazoo College in 2007. The following article summarized that event.
Phyllis Schlafly Speech