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by Mary Hershberger

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Mary Hershberger
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978-1595582171
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1595582177
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The New Press (January 30, 2008)
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Politics & Government
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Historian Mary Hershberger has unearthed a treasure trove, accord Jane Fonda’s Words of Politics and Passion collects Fonda’s most stirring public statements from 1970 through 2005, in speeches, interviews, and articles from over thirty years of tireless campaigning against war an.

Historian Mary Hershberger has unearthed a treasure trove, accord Jane Fonda’s Words of Politics and Passion collects Fonda’s most stirring public statements from 1970 through 2005, in speeches, interviews, and articles from over thirty years of tireless campaigning against war and militarism and on behalf of women’s rights, women’s health, feminism, and the environment. Historian Mary Hershberger has unearthed a treasure trove, according to Ms. magazine

Patricia Bosworth, author of Jane Fonda: Her Life and Times Books by Mary Hershberger.

Patricia Bosworth, author of Jane Fonda: Her Life and Times. Jane Fonda’s Words of Politics and Passion collects Fonda’s most stirring public statements from 1970 through 2005, in speeches, interviews, and articles from over thirty years of tireless campaigning against war and militarism and on behalf of women’s rights, women’s health, feminism, and the environment. magazine. Books by Mary Hershberger.

A collection of Jane Fonda's most stirring public statements from 1970 through to 2005, including speeches .

A collection of Jane Fonda's most stirring public statements from 1970 through to 2005, including speeches, interviews and articles. For over 30 years Fonda has adamantly campaigned against war and militarism and on behalf of women's rights, women's health, feminism and the environment.

Varying Form of Title: Words of politics and passion. Publication, Distribution, et. New York 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.

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In Jane Fonda’s War Mary Hershberger does a good job of describing how this state of affairs came about. The story begins with an apolitical young woman whose anti-Communist convictions were so conventional that in 1959 she accepted the ceremonial title of ‘Miss Army Recruiter’. A budding Method-trained actress, the daughter of an American icon, she fell in love with Roger Vadim, the Nouvelle Vague’s ‘pope of hedonism’, and assumed the particularly confining public role of sexually liberated woman.

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Jane Fonda’s Words of Politics and Passion collects Fonda’s most stirring public statements from 1970 through 2005, in speeches, interviews, and articles from over thirty years of tireless campaigning against war and militarism and on behalf of women’s rights, women’s health, feminism, and the environment. Historian Mary Hershberger “has unearthed a treasure trove,” according to Ms. magazine. “Whether discussing peace, feminism or girls’ empowerment, [Fonda] is thoughtful, courageous and always committed to the betterment of others.”

In 1970, at the height of an award-winning acting career, Jane Fonda took a sharp turn into politics. She would go on to play an influential role in the anti–Vietnam War movement and in nearly every subsequent movement for social justice in the United States.

Hershberger has culled Fonda’s words from a range of little-known and previously inaccessible sources, including the declassified FBI files obtained by Fonda herself in a federal lawsuit, and from antiwar movement archives that have never been made available to a general public.