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Second Marriages #477719

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 14, 1974
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(Studio) Most divorced people want to remarry and have successful 2nd marriage.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Bridgehampton, New York) Dorothy Reed marries Clarence Deman - both are divorcees. Remarriage rate galloping. Ed and Denise Levy married for 2nd time 1 1/2 years ago. [LEVY - believes idea of marriage for 1st time is fantasy; 2nd marriage more realistic partnership.] [Denise LEVY - says see remarried because she's secure in marriage.] Questioned about children's adjustment. [LEVY - says union between children important; marriage might not have worked if children didn't get along.] Arguments play major role in 2nd marriage. [Denise LEVY - states all disagreements kept under surface in 1st marriage.]
REPORTER: Betty Rollin

Kalber, Floyd;
Rollin, Betty

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