We wouldn’t have as many Peggy Josephs.
Schlafly doesn’t get everything right, but she’s obviously right about this.
[Schlafly] earned her A.B. Phi Beta Kappa from Washington University, in St. Louis, in 1944, at age 19. She received a Master of Arts degree, in Government, from Radcliffe College, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1945.
In one of her books, Strike From Space (1965), Schlafly notes that during WWII she worked briefly as “a ballistics gunner and technician at the largest ammunition plant in the world.”
In 1978, she earned a J.D. from Washington University Law School in St. Louis.
Which she did after having six kids.
And while building a powerful national grassroots conservative organization based at her kitchen table, using postage stamps and index cards and the occasional (extremely expensive) long distance phone call. No computers, no internet, no faxes, no cell phones, no Rush Limbaugh, no foundation funding…
I re-read this book every few months. You should too.