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On the 50th anniversary of the UN in , she referred to it as "a cause for mourning, not celebration. Schlafly Was Manipulated into Endorsing Trump". In , she wrote that "[arms control] will not stop Red aggression any more than disarming our local police will stop murder , theft , and rape. Retrieved 13 March National Women's History Museum.

Schlafly did not endorse a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination , but she spoke out against Mike Huckabee , who, she says, as governor left the Republican Party in Arkansas "in shambles". In the late s, the three brothers founded the firm of Schlafly Bros. Spruill, Divided We Stand: Retrieved November 2, American Feminists made their greatest bid for national attention at the National Women's Conference in Houston; however, historian Marjorie J.