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donald james p. bokingo

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GreenmanTim

Does not ring a bell, but the 21 possible candidates come from a defector's list here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_American_defectors_in_the_Korean_War

Gringo

A potential Berkshires question. Over 40 years ago I heard a talk given by one of the few Korean War POWs who chose not to be repatriated back to the US. After several years in the PRC, he returned to the US. In his talk, he stated that he always knew he could return to the US- he chose not to be repatriated so he could see what the PRC was like. I recall his reaction to Mao and the Cultural Revolution: he said that Mao was a poet. Which is perhaps one of the most cogent, if unintentional, arguments for keeping artist types out of government.

The reason I am addressing this question to you is that if I recall correctly, he said that he was a journalist for a paper in the Berkshires. Does this ring a bell?

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