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The Three Books That Shook Conservative Media in 1964

The runaway success of A Choice Not an Echo and two others helped deliver Barry Goldwater the GOP presidential nomination and showed the power of the right-wing grassroots.
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Author Phyllis Schlafly went on to spearhead the campaign against the Equal Rights Amendment, shown in this 1977 photo. (Warren K. Lefler/Library of Congress)

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