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December 9, 2020 18 min
Jackie’s priorities in the mid-1960s were often in conflict: she yearned to move on from her once-Presidential life, but had a duty to memorialize and honor her husband. Still only in her mid-30s, culture was changing all around Jackie, and inspired her to continue to break free of her own past in her own way.  This podcast is a companion to Paul Brandus's new book, "Jackie: Her Transformation from First Lady to Jackie O," now available in stores and online.  For extra information on this episode and to access a transcript, head over to our website! Follow host Paul Brandus on Twitter here. Make sure to follow Evergreen Podcasts on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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