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Abstract

The French expression "mariage de raison" means more than its English equivalent, "marriage of convenience." It implies a certain hardnosed calculation, a balancing of gains and losses to both parties. Sometimes such unions are very successful, and once in a great while even evolve into a mariage d'amour, but sometimes they end as as a m6salliance. What Drs… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00757108

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