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stephley stephley 4 years
We’ve got to remember: Jackie was from a privileged but difficult-in-its-own way background, the President’s widow. A lot changed for and about women as the ‘60s progressed: Jane Fonda was Miss Military Recruiting in 1962, Donna Reed played an ideal homemaker in the early ‘60s, by the end of the decade was a dedicated anti-war activist.
stephley stephley 4 years
We’ve got to remember: Jackie was from a privileged but difficult-in-its-own way background, the President’s widow. A lot changed for and about women as the ‘60s progressed: Jane Fonda was Miss Military Recruiting in 1962, Donna Reed played an ideal homemaker in the early ‘60s, by the end of the decade was a dedicated anti-war activist.
onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 4 years
You know, people can make an incredible mark on history, stand for all of the right things, and make the world a better place, and still be kind of a d*ck. ijs, maybe she's right about some of these people, she knew them better than i do.
stephley stephley 4 years
's too bad Jackie didn't write or give interviews as she aged and changed. It seems clear from the friends she made as she got older and the fact that after Onassis died, she went to work as an editor, that Jackie's views on many issues that she evolved with the times on a number of issues.
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