Decisions: Of Love, Kisses & Nudism

Abstract as it may seem to many critics, the law is ever refreshed by weird conflicts that reflect the earthy tragicomedies of human life:

> Greta Starks was 24 when she acquired a married admirer of 55 who became virtually her sole means of support. For five years, Greta's great and good friend in Detroit showered her with furs, furniture, a new car, a weekly allowance and cash enough to buy a house. Figuring that it was all a tax-free gift, Greta filed no income tax returns through 1958. The ever-vigilant Internal Revenue Service recently totted up Greta's take at...

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