Radical Passions

Brimming with honesty, humor, and zeal, Kendall Hale's memoir shares her remarkable journey from youthful adolescence to thoughtful maturity in Radical Passions.

Hale explores her early college years protesting the Vietnam War, her young adulthood struggles in Boston with a feminist band, the new communist and labor movements, and her transition to marriage and family. She takes us on her search for the socialist dream in Castro's Cuba, Mao's China, and Nicaragua during the Contra War, to her life as a wife, mother, and veteran of a fractured marriage.

Therapy, Buddhism, and spiritual travels
in India, South America, and the Pacific
lead Hale to Asheville, North Carolina,
a community replete with rednecks,
polygamists, voracious developers,
environmentalists, and New Age

Transitioning the second half of life,
Hale faces the challenges of aging and
its potential flowering of wisdom and

A story for all who seek deeper meaning
in their lives, Radical Passions is the
inspiring tale of an ordinary woman's
extraordinary life.

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