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What we have most to fear is failure of the heart. ---->>>

The mid-life crisis hits men harder than women. ---->>>

We must remember that one determined person can make a significant difference, and that a small group of determined people can change the course of history. ---->>>

Women have to risk civil disobedience for their rights. ---->>>

I liked the name of the amendment. I couldn't help feeling uneasy that the church was opposing something with a name as beautiful as the Equal Rights Amendment. ---->>>

A friend said to me, 'Be glad for your troubles - they strengthen you.' Well, if that's the truth, I'm going to be so strong they'll have to beat me to death! ---->>>

I'm one of the few people in this world who can do anything I choose. I can't tell you how good I'm feeling. ---->>>

What we resist persists. ---->>>

It's only when we have nothing else to hold onto that we're willing to try something very audacious and scary. ---->>>

I still feel Mormon. Those men in Salt Lake City can't decide who's Mormon and who isn't. ---->>>

In our home we grew up thinking we were Mormons first and human beings second. ---->>>

I came from the most orthodox background you could ask for. ---->>>

Obviously, the anti-ERA people are tickled about my ordeal because it proves that the ERA breaks up families. When they point out that feminism is a dangerous thing, I just say marriage is pretty precarious too. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 02-27, 1936
Birthplace: Malad, Idaho
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Occupation: Activist
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Sonia Johnson (born Sonia Ann Harris; February 27, 1936) is an American feminist activist and writer. She was an outspoken supporter of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) and in the late 1970s was publicly critical of the position of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), of which she was a member, against the proposed amendment (wikipedia)