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Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Phyllis Schlafly talks on failings of feminism

Results show women have more freedom, education, power, but less happiness

© 2011 WorldNetDaily

The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women Know -- and Men Can't Say

Phyllis Schlafly, founder and president of Eagle Forum and a national leader of the conservative movement since the early 1960s, says she's discovered women, because of the feminist movement, have more freedom, education and power, but less happiness.

Schlafly, who is scheduled to address the Conservative Political Action Conference Feb. 11 as master of ceremonies for the Ronald Reagan Banquet, is expected to take the opportunity to blast the radical feminist movement for the harm done to women, as well as to men and children, over the past four decades.

Schlafly, along with her niece, Suzanne Venker, documented the failings of feminism and offered some practical solutions for a better understanding of womanhood in a forthcoming book, "The Flipside of Feminism," which is scheduled for release by WND Books on March 15.

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