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Grandparents' Rights #289100

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 15, 1983
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(Studio) Margaret Mead's stance on extended families recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Flint, Michigan) [Mr. and Mrs. FLURRIE, Mr. and Mrs. CUTLER - comment on their ability to see grandchild.] Factors preventing them access to grandchildren explained; grandparents' legal battle for visitation rights examined. Growth of movement illustrated on map. [MAN - notes judge's insensitivity.] [PEOPLE - discuss legal tactics.] [Dr. Arthur KORNHABER - notes importance of grandparents in divorce cases.] Kornhaber's "Grandparents-Grandchildren: The Vital Connection" discussed. [KORNHABER - comments on emotional needs of children from broken homes.] [Mr. FLURRIE - hopes movement will succeed.]
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Dean, Morton;
Rather, Dan

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