Masters And Johnson: Sex Researchers On Marriage, Divorce And Love Sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson discuss marriage and divorce statistics and the concept of love.
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Masters And Johnson Say Marriage Is Not Obsolete

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Masters And Johnson Say Marriage Is Not Obsolete

Masters And Johnson Say Marriage Is Not Obsolete

Masters And Johnson Say Marriage Is Not Obsolete

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Sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson discuss marriage and divorce statistics and the concept of love.

The second interview from a five-part series by NPR's Susan Stamberg.

This story originally aired on All Things Considered on February 4, 1975.

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