Eagle Forum

Take the Eagle Challenge
Eagle Forum President Phyllis Schlafly
Eagle Forum President
Phyllis Schlafly
Effective citizen leaders must be equipped with knowledge and facts in order to be independent thinkers, ready for positions of leadership in their families, churches, and communities. An Eagle Forum Study Group will give you the tools for action. It's time for you to take the Eagle Challenge!

Need for Eagle Forum Study Groups 
A well informed citizenry is essential to the maintenance of a constitutional republic. It is our duty to remain vigilant and informed about the influences that diminish the liberties Americans now enjoy. Eagle Forum Study Groups prepare you to fight this battle effectively.

A Proven Route to Success  
The conservative movement emerged in the late 1950s and 1960s on the back of thousands of local study groups — small groups of concerned Americans who met together, read and discussed congressional reports and important books about Communism. Armed with knowledge and facts, these dedicated American citizens became a powerful force of activists who were able to determine public policies and elect candidates. First, they became the majority of Republicans with the nomination of Barry Goldwater in 1964, and then they became mainstream America with the election of Ronald Reagan as President in 1980. Now, local study groups are needed to meet new challenges.

How to Start an Eagle Forum Study Group  
Recruit in your local community! Contact concerned neighbors, church members, conservative groups, and other Eagle Forum members. Form a group of 10 to 20 people who commit to monthly meetings. Arrange a regular time to meet and you are ready to start!

Discussion Topics
  1. Judicial Attacks on our Culture

  2. U.S. Sovereignty vs. Globalism

  3. Immigration and Border Security

  4. Elections, Lobbying, & the Constitution

  5. Life, Family, and ERA

  6. What's Happening on College Campuses?
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