Fortunate Son: The Autobiography of Lewis B. Puller, Jr.
Lewis B. Puller, Jr., the son of the most decorated Marine in the Corps' history, volunteered for duty in Vietnam after college. He came home a few months later missing both legs, his left hand, and two fingers of his right hand. He would never walk again, though he would complete law school, serve on President Ford's clemency board, and run for Congress. He would also live with the nightmares of Vietnam, and his growing dependence on alcohol. Few have told their story with more honesty, or more devastating openness.
Specifications of Fortunate Son: The Autobiography of Lewis B. Puller, Jr.
|Author||Lewis B. Puller|
|Number Of Pages||389|
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