The frontpage of the April 1st Wall Street Journal carried this news blurb:
“The Army is letting married soldiers live together in the war zone, a move to preserve the unions and bolster morale.”
Today’s army certainly isn’t the army I knew as a new army officer’s wife in the spring of 1970 during the Vietnam War.
I also remember in 1976, in connection with the
It’s been a long time since that debate, but I recall Schlafly’s group was concerned about men and women sharing bathrooms and other such logistics of military combat life.
And now two women have earned the Silver Star Medal – the first women soldiers to be awarded this medal since World War II:
The Equal Rights Amendment was defeated, but years later women in the military have shown that Schlafly and the other anti-ERA women didn’t have to worry about the triviality of their husbands sharing bathrooms with women in the military. The women in the military today are saving the lives of other women’s husbands.