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For many years, the choice community has had difficulty reaching and convincing younger women that reproductive rights really can be taken away. On this show, Salon columnist Irin Carmon argues that the sudden rise of the startlingly extreme Rick Santorum may be the biggest and best thing to happen to the pro-choice movement in decades. He and the Republican Party are now against contraception and as a whole have embraced incredbily harsh on simple women's health issues.  Perception and discussion of the issue is being radically transformed. A sleeping giant may be awakening.

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