In May of last year, Sarah Palin told an audience of more than 500 pro-life women at a Susan B. Anthony breakfast that they represented an "emerging, conservative, feminist identity" with a growing ability to influence policy.
But according to the mother of the conservative women's movement, Phyllis Schlafly, Palin and her kind are not and never could be feminists.
“Palin is not a feminist because she doesn’t adopt the victimology notion of the feminists,” Schlafly told The Daily Caller. “Jessica Valenti defined feminism in the Washington Post a few weeks ago as people who believe the patriarchy oppresses women and women can never succeed.”
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