I want to share with you a letter my family received during the height of Vietnam, the war you opposed, the war that gave you the nickname
Hanoi Jane. I was not one who liked the nickname, I had seen movies you were in. I idolized your father, wanted to be a soldier like the ones
he portrayed in Midway, In Harm’s Way, even in Yours, Mine, and…[Read more]
I have not read the book yet, I loved your father Henry for the roles he played, especially military and cowboy. Your brother Peter, I could not relate to, and you, people may hate you for being Hanoi Jane, ” in a war so rotten! ” ” they are not forgotten! ” I could of fought a better war, and won victory without the use of Napalm. ” She taught…[Read more]
Jane – I am busy listening to your book via audible and loving it. I struggle to sleep so it’s my evening listen at the moment. I really admire your activism and recently feeling this deep internal struggle that you may be able to offer some advice on.. I am from South Africa but my current work is abroad. At the moment back home the violence…[Read more]
I almost finish this book. I have admired Jane Fonda for long time but now, God. I feel like she is the most inspirational woman. I adore you Jane and I am taking my time to read because I don\’t want to end it yet. It\’s amazing! Your story, your anecdotes, your experiences, your thoughts, everything make me love you even more.