FROM ATHEISM TO MAGIC, SALLY QUINN ON FINDING SPIRITUALITY

Sally Quinn made history as the first woman to anchor a CBS News Morning show in August 1973. Quinn later returned to a successful print career at the WASHINGTON Post where she met her late husband and legendary editor, Ben Bradlee. Quinn's new book, "Finding Magic: A Spiritual Memoir," details their marriage and the defining moments that shaped her beliefs. She joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why she believes all religion is magic.


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