As Sarah Palin chats with Oprah and releases her new book, "Going Rogue," we take a look at the role of women in the GOP and Palin's political future. Why are there relatively few Republican women currently in Congress? Is the party inadvertently losing women because it's shifting to a more conservative position? And will Palin run for office again? Former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman and Republican strategist Mary Matalin weigh in.
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