On Conservative History:

How The Republican Party Became Pro-Life
How the Republican Party Became Pro-Life
Details the history of how conservatives were able to not only embed pro-life language in the Republican platform, but make it essentially impossible to run as a Republican without being pro-life.
published May. 23, 2016.

On Family:

Who Killed the American Family
Who Killed the American Family?
American families are the backbone of this nation. The American family is the fundamental institution that provided the Founding Fathers with the emotional support and driving courage to face the tyrannical government that threatened their very existence. It is the essential building block of a free society with limited government. WND Books, September 23, 2014.

On Politics:

A Choice Not An Echo
A Choice Not an Echo: Updated and Expanded 50th Anniversary Edition
Updated and Expanded 50th Anniversary Issue
published Nov. 10, 2014.

A Choice Not An Echo (1964)
A Choice Not an Echo (1964)
A CHOICE NOT AN ECHO is a clear, concise statement of the issues of the 1964 presidential campaign, including the hidden issues within the Republican Party. It gives a fascinating inside account of Republican National Conventions since 1936. It is full of authentic details never before assembled. Published 1964.

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On Religious Liberty:

No Higher Power: Obama’s War on Religious Freedom.
How Obama tried to ban religious expression from every public place and deny freedom of conscious rights to religious employers. Co-author: George Neumeyr. Regnery, 2012.

On the Judiciary:

The Supremacists
by Phyllis Schlafly
Judicial supremacists have set themselves up as a super legislature and super executive, grabbing powers that interfere with American rights of self-government. Phyllis Schlafly explains how this happened and what we can do to stop the tyranny of judges. Spence, 2004; revised 2006.

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On Feminism:

Feminist Fantasies, Essays on feminism in the media, the workplace, the home, and the military. Foreword by Ann Coulter. Spence, 2003. 256 pages.

On Education:

Turbo Reader, 192-page full-color hardback. A revision of First Reader designed for students of all ages. 2001. $49.95.

First Reader, 192-page full-color flexible binding. Phyllis’s original system to teach children 4 to 7 years old how to read. 1994. $29.95.

First Reader Workbook Workbook to teach a small child how to print letters. 1994. 128 pages, Paperback, $19.95.

Child Abuse in the Classroom. Edited excerpts of the seven hearings held by the U.S. Department of Education on the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment. The only source of this important documentation. Probably the best-selling book on what’s happened to public school education. Thomas Sowell said of this book, “It should be required reading for every parent.” 1984, 1985, 1993. 448 pages, paperback.

On Family and Feminism:

Who Will Rock the Cradle?. The eighteen addresses delivered at two conferences on child care covering every aspect of this issue.

Equal Pay for UNequal Work. Edited volume of the speeches on the feminist goal of Comparable Worth given at two conferences. The major resource on this issue. 1984. 288 pages, Trade paperback, $10 postpaid.

Stronger Families or Bigger Government?.

The fourteen addresses delivered at a 1990 conference on childcare, 1990. 208 pages, Trade paperback,

Pornography’s Victims. Edited excerpts of the five hearings on pornography conducted by the U.S. Attorney General’s Commission on Pornography; features the testimonies of real victims of pornography, proving that pornography is not a victimless crime. 1987. 288 pages, Paperback, $10 postpaid.
Pornography's Victims

Great American Conservative Women
Great American Conservative Women

by Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute 
Contributors include Phyllis Schlafly, Ann Coulter, Star Parker, Dr. Jeane Kirkpatrick and many more outstanding women leaders.
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Phyllis Schlafly’s writings:

The following books are out of print. Look for them in libraries and at used book dealers such as Abebooks.com, Alibris, or BookFinder.com

  • The Power of the Positive Woman. A refutation of the ideology and policies of the feminist movement and their chief legislative goal, the Equal Rights Amendment. Hardback and paperback, both out of print. 1977.
  • The Power of the Christian Woman. Trade paperback, out of print. Standard Publishing, 1981.
  • The Gravediggers. Two million copies sold. Describes how America lost its strategic superiority under the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations and who was really risking nuclear war. Paperback, out of print. 1964.
  • Strike from Space. The major exposé of America’s loss of strategic superiority under the regime of Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara. Hardback and paperback, both out of print. 1965.
  • The Betrayers. A pocketbook summary of the disastrous strategic policies of Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara. Paperback, out of print. 1968.
  • Kissinger on the Couch. The major analysis of the disastrous defense and foreign policies of Henry Kissinger, who continued the McNamara strategy all during the Nixon Administration. 846 pages. Hardback, out of print. Arlington House, 1975.
  • Ambush at Vladivostok. How Henry Kissinger continued the same wrong- headed defense and foreign policies during the Ford Administration. Paperback, out of print. 1976.
  • Allegiance. 40-pages in loose-leaf format. Briefing book on American Independence and Sovereignty. One page of talking points on Treaties, United Nations Conferences, Executive Orders, and National Security Issues. Out of print. 2000.
  • Mindszenty the Man. A biography of Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty of Hungary. Trade paperback, out of print. 1972.
  • Safe Not Sorry. A discussion of the national issues of 1967. Includes a chapter on Phyllis’s campaign for president of the National Federation of Republican Women. Paperback, out of print. 1967.
  • Meddlesome Mandate. Editing of nine speeches delivered at a conference on family leave. 122 pages, trade paperback. 1991.