Donald Woods discusses his book "Asking for Trouble"
The book "Asking for Trouble: The Autobiography of a Banned Journalist" by Donald Woods was the result of Woods' five year ban to live in exile. As the editor of the Daily Dispatch, Woods had written against Apartheid. Gun shots fired into his home and nightly threatening phone calls were among scary events he faced. When his five-year-old daughter was sent a tee shirt laced with poison, it was then that Woods knew he and his family had to escape South Africa.