Education: Tennessean in Morocco

The venture started with an itch to travel, but when Teacher James Hamlett's westbound airliner began bumping through rough air over Texas, the itch turned to queasiness. At Dallas, Hamlett phoned the State Department in dismay. He had quit a job as a French and Spanish teacher at Knoxville College to take a teaching job in Cambodia under the U.S.'s International Educational Exchange program. He still wanted to teach, he told Washington, but could something be done about the air currents? He hung up reassured; there was passage available on a ship, and it did not much matter that the ship...

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