Excerpt from The Coraddi, Vol. 32: Member of North Carolina Collegiate Press Association; October, 1927
In any human relationship beauty is inevitably dependent upon the distinctly separate personalities of the individuals. Marriage must be founded, not upon likeness and the drowning of two people in each other's love, but upon differences and essential aloneness. And appar ently the goal of marriage is a final merging of two people, a leveling sort of a process, which has come to work quite effectively. There are those who are happy in their oneness. The fathers of these families are no doubt presidents of Kiwanis Clubs, and their wives instigate drives for bigger, better American babies, and entertain at bridge.
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