September 05, 1977 12:00 PM

by Phyllis Schlafly

In her ninth book, Schlafly is more than ever the Anita Bryant of the ERA. This conscientious polemic (the footnotes alone run 28 pages) argues vehemently that “there is no law that discriminates against women” and cites everyone from Saint Paul to Joanne Woodward to back her up. Even Betty Ford gets a rap for not fixing Jerry’s breakfast. (Arlington House, $8.95)

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