Reconciliation Road: A Family Odyssey

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University of Washington Press, 1 jul. 2011 - 306 pagina's
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In his prize-winning memoir, Reconciliation Road, John Marshall recounts a road trip around America in search of the truth about his famous grandfather General S. L. A. (Slam) Marshall, author of Pork Chop Hill. In the process he comes to terms with his own past and that of others whose families were torn apart by the Vietnam War.

 

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RECONCILIATION ROAD: A Family Odyssey of War and Honor

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A journalist's self-absorbed and ultimately pointless report on his search for the truth about a celebrated forebear who'd disowned him. Seattle Post-Intelligencer correspondent Marshall is a grandson ... Volledige review lezen

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Prologue
3
1 Detroit Years
10
2 Setting Out in September
16
3 Liberating Paris
22
4 Under Fire
31
5 Military Heritage
41
6 El Paso Roots
48
7 Research Partners
62
17 Bedrock for a General
195
18 Elegy at the Wall
203
19 His Brothers Witness
213
20 Brothers in Conscience
223
21 In the Wake of the SixDay War
231
22 Questions of Fairness
242
23 Sunday in the Country
250
24 Eisenhowers Biographer
254

8 Uncharted Territory
77
9 Across Texas
96
10 Return to Victory Drive
106
11 A Protégés Allegations
120
12 Westy Slam
130
13 Passing through Eden
141
14The Demise of Coats Ties
154
15 Rising Star
168
16 Tempting Trouble
181
25 Days of Thanksgiving
260
26 The Wreath
269
27 Racing December
276
Epilogue
282
Notes
291
Bibliography
297
About the Author
301
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Bill Moyers

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