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Marriage #115479

ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 01, 1988
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(DC: Paula Zahn) Marriage in American featured; details given, scenes shown to background of Frank Sinatra singing "Love and Marriage." [SUNY marital therapy clinic spokesperson Dan. O'LEARY - says people are still opting for marriage.] Statistics on divorce rate outlined on screen. SUNY at Stony Brook study on reasons for staying married discussed. [Author of "Intimate Partners" Maggie SCARF - explains why people keep relationships together.] Debate on adultery at church in Chicago, Illinois, featured. [We Saved Our Marriages (WESOM) founder Elizabeth BRZECZEK - comments on her own marriage.] [COUPLE - discuss marital problems.] [Rick FIERBERG - discusses marital therapy.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Zahn, Paula

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