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The Cost to Freedom
From a tiny boat fleeing Vietnam to the 1992 Los Angeles riots and then back to Vietnam again, this time in a prison cell, Cong T. Do has cheated death four times in his life. Despite this, his is not a life spent dwelling on death.
After building a life from nothing, creating... a business from the ground up, and earning both a BS and MBA, he travels back to Vietnam to fight for American values, at the cost of his liberty. His bravery and 38-day hunger strike results in an invitation to the White House from George W. Bush.
A memoir of both personal accomplishment and the enduring human spirit, The Cost to Freedom examines one man's journey through countries, oceans, morality, and his own values.
||31 Jan 2020
||Austin Macauley Publishers
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