Rebecca Ann King
|Rebecca Ann King|
|Born||1950 (age 65–66)
|Alma mater||University of Denver|
|Occupation||Domestic-relations attorney specializing in divorce|
|Title||Miss Metro Denver 1973
Miss Colorado 1973
Miss America 1974
Rebecca Ann King (born 1950, in Hancock, Iowa) is most noted as holder of the 1974 Miss America title. Heralding the arrival of feminism in this most traditional of events, Rebecca King was a law student, who famously expressed feminist political views at the Miss America Pageant's morning-after breakfast following her crowning.
King received a law degree from the University of Denver School of Law and became a practicing domestic-relations attorney specializing in divorce. She pressured the Miss America Pageant to award points for the interview section of the competition, and has spoken in favor of female empowerment at many schools and organizations. She married banker George Dreman and has since used the name Rebecca King Dreman.
- "1974: Rebecca King, Miss America". Missamerica.org. Retrieved 2012-01-10.
- "Miss Colorado Makes Pageant History: Daughter of Miss America 1974 Competes for 2012 Miss America Title". pageantcenter.com. 1999-02-22. Retrieved 2012-01-10.
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