More than four thousand soldiers have died in the Iraq war, but many, many more have been injured or disabled - tens of thousands. A new documentary focuses on one of them - a young man who became paralyzed from the chest down after a sniper bullet ripped through his spine during his first week in Iraq. Back home and wheelchair-bound, he becomes a leader in the war protest movement. The film is called Body of War, and it's co-directed by a familiar face - longtime television talk show host Phil Donahue, who speaks with Faith Salie on Fair Game.

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