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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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    • Jonathan Alexander

      Phyllis Schlafly fighting against the Equal Rights Movement of the 1970's with a smile on her face, because she must be crazy. Where is the happiness in inequality? (1970)

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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)

    • Adelaidebeatrice Laing

      Activist Phyllis Schafly wearing a "Stop ERA" badge, demonstrating with other women against the Equal Rights Amendment in front of the White House, Washington, D.C.: photo by Warren K. Leffler, 4 February 1977

    • Lisa Vallejo

      Activist Phyllis Schafly wearing a 'Stop ERA' badge during a demonstration with other women against the Equal Rights Amendment in front of the White House, Washington DC, February 4, 1977.

    • Alex Bishop

      Down with equal rights!

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