than perhaps it was intended phyllis and yet they really are frustrated and the two guys i spoke to there in the report that you've just seen actually quoted germany's research minister themselves as well and this is something that really struck them and i. think that is still quite a blog a attitude not only from some politicians but also from some of the germans in different parts of germany who aren't experiencing this lack of network every day of course this report here that i followed was actually just focusing on agriculture but also this affects their entire lives when what about when an emergency doctor doesn't have a signal on my phone so that they can take an emergency call for example to really get into every part of their everyday lives especially in rural germany and it's just one of the many issues actually that is concerning germans right now we know that you're actually doing a series on that particular topic so what else is on the agenda exactly they'll be running every day this week so we saw digitalisation today tomorrow we've got japanese housing crisis demograph
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between phyllis schlafly and betty friedan on the equal rights amendment. this is conservative activist schlafly who was, at the time, the chairwoman of the "stop era" campaign. >> the e.r.a. is a big attack on the rights of the homemaker. the laws of every state make it the obligation of the husband to support his wife, to provide her with a home, to support their minor children. the woman in the home country also security benefits based on her husband's earnings, even though she is been a home acre all her life. all of these things will be lost when you apply a rule that says everything must be equal. now until you can make it equal for men to have a baby just like women, then it is a double burden to the women to say the rules for family support should be equal on the husband and thee wifefe. e.r.a. ends up in taking away the right of the wife to be supported by her husband. amy: that is phyllis schlafly. the conservative activist. but that is what someone is going to have to say if they're going to say no to it today. talk about why you feel it is critical today and even talk about
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