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A lot to discuss in wake of Imus

WASHINGTON -- And now, as Mick Jagger might say, let's hear a little sympathy for the devil:

Don Imus lost his national CBS Radio show after describing the Rutgers women's basketball team as "nappy-headed hos."

He also stirred up the sort of intriguing national argument that this country has had from time to time about hip-hop, free speech, second chances and how men treat women.

The most unusual contribution to this spirited debate comes from Margo St. James, who advocates prostitutes' rights and started COYOTE (Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics) in the 1970s. Now 69, Ms. St. James, a self-described "sex-positive feminist" who claims to have turned...

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