I don't think that's it at all, Victor. I really don't. You must bear in mind that Jackie was a very very traditional and idealistic woman who was raised in a well-off environment. The 1960s in America was one of the most tumultous of the late 20th century. You had women wearing girdles, and other women burning their bras. You had Emily Post and Gloria Steinem. You had the hip/hippie version of the Beatles and the square Kingston Trio. The definition of a woman had never been more sharply contrasted since the days of suffrage. Jackie turned into a much different, more confident, more centered woman in the years after the death of JFK.
And I'm not even a huge Jackie O fan. I simply think that has much more complicated themes attached to it. Time and place make a difference.