'Lust in Translation' Explores World of Infidelity

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Pamela Druckerman's book Lust in Translation examines infidelity around the world. She finds that Americans tend to take a much harder line against marital infidelity than the people of many other nations. Druckerman discusses her book with Steve Inskeep.

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