The Saturday Evening Post, December 15, 1962 *THE REAL SCANDAL OF DIVORCE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

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Book Condition: Fair


Features: The Real Scandal of Divorce - unjust and archaic laws, varying from state to state, force copules to commit fraud and perjury - by Vivian F. Gentleman; An Army of Gentle Warriors - the Salvation Army spreads its good works worldwide; Silent Night - the story of a marvelous misfortune which inspired two young Austrians to write the immortal hymm of joy; My Morning in America - Dean Acheson recalls what he learned from a boyhood that ended too quickly; Alfred Hitchcock Resents - 'the television set now is like a toaster, you press a button and the same thing always pops up; Big Labor's Big Worry (Conclusion) - will Governmental intervention spell the end of collective bargaining?; Reluctant All-American - one of college basketball's hottest players, Rod Thorn of West Virginia, tells why he's fed up with the game; High School Where the Sky's the Limit - students at Melbourne High in Florida tackle college-level courses in a unique system which advances them as fast as they could go. Page 39/40 missing. Pages 41-50 loose but present. Average wear.