(FOX) -- LOS ANGELES – Jane Fonda spoke out at the Television Critics Associations Summer Press Tour about her rebellious-nature and being labeled a tratior for her actions during the Vietnam War.
The Oscar-winning actress said prior to traveling to Vietnam in 1972, she didn’t see much purpose in her life.
“Prior to me becoming an anti-war activist, I had lived a meaningless life,” she said. “So when I decided to throw in my head in with the anti-war movement everything changed.”
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