Cristina Page is author of How the Pro-Choice Movement Saved America: Freedom, Politics and the War on Sex-- the first book to expose the pro-life movement's war on contraception. Page is a prominent reproductive rights activist and consults for several national pro-choice groups including the Adoption Access Network and the National Institute for Reproductive Health. She moderates RHRealityCheck's OnCommonGround forum. Her pro-choice policy proposals have been adopted by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington state legislatures. Page's previous book was The Smart Girl's Guide to College and her commentary has appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian UK, The Chicago Sun Times, Newsday, and she is a regularly featured contributor on the Huffington Post. She is married with two sons.
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