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I thoroughly enjoyed this interview. Don Kurtz reminds me of Bill Moyers and Diane Rehm: gentle, insightful, accepting, to-the-point. I enjoyed Fonda's 'reading' of her experience with K. Hepburn after Henry Fonda had somehow hurt his daughter with unkind words. I have looked at the book in various bookstores, but definitely would choose to listen to this on audio.
Jane Fonda is still a 'scoundral'(or worse) among Vietnam Vets especially ... but I wonder if their visceral hatred of her really goes deeper ... to the government that betrayed them - with her being their scapegoat. I think this interview begins a look at her humanity. I think this book is a must - to look at our own (that is our own personal AND America's) history and values and freedoms ... which sometime seem to be in jeopardy.
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The worst part of the interview is the fact that Don Katz's voice is soft and indistinct, and Jane Fonda's voice is clear and loud by comparison. Unfortunately these technical gremlins make it difficult to listen to in the car, because you have to keep changing the volume levels.
Even so, Jane Fonda is interesting to listen to, and makes for a fascinating interview.
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