2012 saw historic support for pro-choice positions, gay marriage and marijuana legalization – thanks to liberal-leaning youth.

This article titled “America's roaring twentysomethings: how young voters won the culture wars” was written by Harry J Enten, for guardian.co.uk on Tuesday 13th November 2012 13.30 UTC

The 1990s culture wars were fought over many social issues that many on the right thought were being redefined from their traditional normals by progressive activists and the liberal media for the next generation. Three of the key points of contention were abortion, gay rights, and recreational drug use. The results from last Tuesday's election indicates that the right is losing the war on these three issues.

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