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Phyllis Schlafly held that the Equal Rights Amendment expired in 1979 with the original deadline set by Congress, even though the feminists secured what they claimed to be a three-year extension of the deadline for states to ratify. Despite the fact that Phyllis didn’t acknowledge the validity of this extension, she threw a big party in 1982 anyway when the three years passed without any more states ratifying ERA. She called it the “Over the Rainbow” dinner.