The term chickenhawk , according to The New Hampshire Gazette 's online Chickenhawk Database ; archived data here , applies "to public persons — generally male — who: tend to advocate, or are fervent supporters of those who advocate, military solutions to political problems, and personally declined to take advantage of a significant opportunity to serve in uniform during wartime. Categories : George W.
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Jack Kingston. Bill Kristol. In early , while awaiting trial on the criminal charges, Mason learned that Viking Press had purchased Chickenhawk and started work on finishing the book. He didn't tell Viking about the bust. He wrote steadily submitting each third of the manuscript on time. In the meantime, in March , Mason was convicted on the smuggling charges.
In August , he was sentenced to five years in a minimum-security prison , but was allowed to remain free on bail pending an appeal of his conviction.
In early August , Chickenhawk was published. Early reviews were positive, including a glowing review in The New York Times.
A film version directed by John Carpenter was announced but never made. The Today Show appearance took place August 15, and sales of the book benefited from the author's own ongoing drama as well as his widely praised writing. Mason was released on May 17, While he was imprisoned, Chickenhawk had become a hardcover and paperback best-seller.
He was unable to write while in prison. Mason has subsequently published two novels, Solo and Weapon , as well as a second memoir, Chickenhawk: Back in the World. Chickenhawk deals chronologically with Mason's training and his experiences in, and immediately after, Vietnam. Mason eventually transfers to another unit, which is engaged in an unofficial side-business of delivering ice in return for favours and various commodities.
As Mason approaches the end of his deployment, August , he develops some signs of post-traumatic stress disorder which grew worse after his return. In an epilogue, Mason sketches out his activities upon returning to the US, including his incarceration for smuggling. Mason's post-Vietnam activities were expanded upon in Mason's sequel, Chickenhawk: Back in the World , which was published in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.