Imagining America: Paul Thai's journey from the killing fields of Cambodia to freedom in the U.S.A.

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Follows the odyssey of Paul Thai and his family--Cambodian refugees who found a home in Dallas, Texas--and their efforts to become a part of their new country

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IMAGINING AMERICA: Paul Thai's Journey from the Killing Fields of Cambodia to Freedom in the U.S.A.

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Having survived the killing fields of the Khmer Rouge, Cambodian refugee Paul Thai made his way to the US in 1981. Here, told choppily by free-lancer Fiffer (Chicago magazine, Inside Sports, etc.) is ... Read full review

Imagining America: Paul Thai's journey from the killing fields of Cambodia to freedom in the U. S. A

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Fiffer has written a remarkable account of Paul Thai and his family who survived the "Killing Fields'' of Cambodia and traveled to Dallas, Texas to find "freedom and education.'' Their story has two ... Read full review

Contents

America Was Our Dream
1
Year Zero
11
He Called Me Mr Thai
36
Copyright

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