Maxwell Taylor Kennedy “Danger’s Hour”

November 17th, 2008

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How is it possible to suppress a man’s instinctive desire to live, and persuade him to commit mass murder and suicide at the same time? A very relevant question for us today, in the global war on terror – but to Maxwell Taylor Kennedy, it’s also the question at the heart of his book “Danger’s Hour.”

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It’s a retelling of the story of the U.S. aircraft carrier Bunker Hill. On May 11, 1945, the Bunker Hill was attacked by Japanese kamikazes, in a clash of warriors and their fundamental cultural philosophies.

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