Jane Fonda's words of politics and passion / edited by Mary Hershberger Fonda, Jane, 1937-

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Fonda, Jane, 1937-
Subjects
Fonda, Jane, 1937-; Biography; Motion picture actors and actresses - United States - Political activity.
Contents
  • I: Political awakening
  • Why a movie star became a peace activist
  • From fantasy to radicalism
  • Finding politics in film
  • II: Against war
  • Radio Hanoi broadcasts
  • Dikes in the Red River Delta
  • Ruins of Nam Dinh
  • POWs call for peace
  • "I didn't think of that"
  • Traitors and patriots
  • Living up to our country's ideals
  • A Vietnam journal: birth of a nation
  • Looking back on Vietnam
  • III: For girls (and boys)
  • Global education for girls and women
  • Speaking out for justice
  • Sex and destiny
  • Real boys and good girls
  • Preventing teen pregnancy
  • IV: For women (and men)
  • All the joys of a woman in childbirth
  • Putting women at the center
  • The new feminism: reuniting the head, the heart and the body
  • Female empowerment and the battle over reproductive rights
  • Fighting Margaret Sanger's battle
  • Against the realists
  • My third act
  • Woman and men and the head/heart business.
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