Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story - Study Guide Chapters 69-74 Summary & Analysis

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"The Code of Love" is the subject of Chapter 69. Women in '74 got together to create the document with new ideas about love and its definitions. The document said that being married should not deprive one from seeking love elsewhere. Extramarital lovers, however, must be honest, exciting and adult. It said nothing prevents a woman from having an affair with two men. When love begins to diminish, that alone is reason enough to find a new lover. A researcher has said the Code was written by women who were superior to the men in their lives both intellectually and artistically. Their frustration led them to write the document...which was written by European women in 1174.

Chapter 70 is called "The Upper Hand." Queen Catherine is jealous of King Henry's growing affection for Anne Boleyn. Anne always wears gloves, so Catherine begins teasing her about the gloves...

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