Didnt like Liberation of explicit content Felt like America was no longer the

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Didn’t like Liberation of explicit content Felt like America was no longer the guardian of democracy and policing o Saw it as a problem Barry Goldwater: Senator from AZ ran for president, libertarian o Made comments about how we’re not doing enough in Vietnam o Johnson Campaign reacted through a Daisy commercial o Wanted to make use of maximal military use Wanted more government money on defense Absolutely no abortion Constitutional amendment against burning the American flag Allowing for prayer in schools Togetherness in participating in church o Was wide in all types of denominations c. General Profile of Participants The Rise of a Social Movement a. Phyllis Schlafly (1924) and STOP ERA Born in a home where women worked to help out the family Graduate degree in government from Harvard
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Worked through church based politics 1964: wrote a book, A Choice Not an Echo o sold 3.5 million copies in the first year o loved Barry’s candidacy took the logic from the equal rights movement and mobilized her views w it focused on the optics of media activism o her book lol creates STOP ERA o
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  • Fall '19
  • Right-wing politics, Conservatism in the United States, Equal Rights Amendment, Phyllis Schlafly, Anita Bryant

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