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Laura Bush Talks Candidly About Life in the White House and Gender Roles (Video)

In a revealing interview with her daughter, Laura Bush speaks candidly about her life in the White House, finding out about 9/11, and how gender roles have changed over the years. When talking about her career, the former First Lady smirked while saying "I didn't learn how to type because I wasn't going to be somebody's secretary." While she loved being a teacher and a librarian, she stated "I felt like I chose those jobs also, because that was traditional. It was the traditional thing... But I think that's one of the big changes is every profession is open to women."

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