Interview with Marian Logan
QUESTION 11
PAUL STECKLER:

You were upset at the end of that night?

MARIAN LOGAN:

Oh, Lord, yes, oh, I was devastated by it. And, ah, I've always felt if only we had a little more time to talk, not that I would have changed his mind, but maybe we could have come to an adjustment of our feelings about it, so that we wouldn't be as rigid. I was hoping that he would really understand my feelings and why my decisions was as it was. And I also was hoping, more importantly, that I could make him know, that I understood his position and how he felt it was so necessary that he do this.