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Daily Archives: March 10, 2010
Phyllis Schlafly’s Positive Woman 10
Today, I finished Phyllis Schlafly’s 1977 classic, The Power of the Positive Woman. I read her endnotes, and also Appendix Two, which contains the 1973 manifesto of the feminist National Organization for Women (NOW), entitled Revolution: Tomorrow Is NOW. Mrs. … Continue reading
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Phyllis Schlafly’s Positive Woman 9 and Also Stuff on Moral Education, the Covenant Code and Cuneiform Laws, the Unexpected
1. For Women’s History Month, I’ve been reading Phyllis Schlafly’s 1977 classic, The Power of the Positive Woman. After I finish that, I’ll read Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique. Well, I got my copy of The Feminine Mystique today, and … Continue reading
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