Champion of political right urges Americans to elect Trump
No woman has so defined the American conservative movement. No organizer has been as feared by her adversaries. No conservative has left such a remarkable legacy.
Phyllis Schlafly died this year at the age of 92, but her legacy lives on. And the legendary soldier of the American right left one final message for conservatives before she went to her reward: It’s time to go all out for Donald J. Trump.
“The revolution to take back America starts now!” proudly declares “The Conservative Case for Trump.”
In her final work, Schlafly linked the Trump candidacy to the book that first launched her into national politics, “A Choice, Not An Echo,” which famously attacked the “kingmakers” of the Republican Eastern establishment.
Schlafly saw the struggle between Trump and his elitist opponents as the last battle in the war she waged from 1952 to 2016, fighting against a Republican leadership she charged was selling out the conservative grassroots.