The Conservative Case for Trump

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The Conservative Case for Trump
Author Phyllis Schlafly
Country United States
Language English
Subject Donald Trump
Published 2016
Media type Print (Hardcover), Kindle E-book
ISBN 978-1-62157-628-0

The Conservative Case for Trump is a 2016 book by Phyllis Schlafly, a movement conservative best known for helping to defeat the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s.[1] The book was published in September 2016, following the nomination of Donald Trump for President of the United States, and explains in detail Schlafly's rationale for branding Trump as a serious conservative and (in her opinion) a better candidate than Hillary Clinton.

The book, co-written by Ed Martin and Brett M. Decker,[2] describes Trump's anti-establishment stances on the following issues:

One argument the book makes is that Republicans who do not support Trump would wind up helping to elect Hillary Clinton instead of him.[3] It also argues that Republicans and independents ought to "unify behind his candidacy". (See Buckley Rule.)

Economics professor Thomas DiLorenzo says the book makes a case for "saving America from socialist tyranny".

The book's publication followed Schlafly's tussle with the board of the Eagle Forum after she unilaterally endorsed Trump's presidency.[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b Thorner, Nancy (September 7, 2016). "Thorner: 'The Conservative Case for Trump' Takes on Special Meaning with Schlafly's Death". Illinois Review. Retrieved September 25, 2016. 
  2. ^ Scott, Eugene (September 7, 2016). "When Phyllis Schlafly made the case for Donald Trump". Retrieved 25 September 2016. 
  3. ^ "This book by Phyllis Schlafly, Ed Martin, and Brett Decker shows why Republicans not supporting Trump are helping elect Hillary Clinton." [1]Laura Ingraham
    "In The Conservative Case for Trump, Phyllis Schlafly, Ed Martin, and Brett M. Decker show how President Trump can get our country back on the right track, and why Republicans and independents need to unify behind his candidacy."—Newt Gingrich

External links

  • Is billionaire and Republican frontrunner Donald J. Trump a conservative, or not? - Joel Pollak
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