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Remembering the life and legacy of ‘Steel Magnolia’ Rosalynn Carter

Remembering the life and legacy of 'Steel Magnolia' Rosalynn Carter

Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, a fierce mental health advocate and humanitarian, has died at the age of 96. NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent, Andrea Mitchell, and NBC News Presidential Historian, Michael Beschloss, discuss Rosalynn Carter’s impact, her 77-year marriage to President Jimmy Carter, and what her “Steel Magnolia” nickname revealed about her legacy. 

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