Anna, Pete, Louisa, and Mike

February 1981
New Yorker;2/23/1981, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p28
The article presents an interview with Mr. and Mrs. Moorehead C. Kennedy, Sr., hostages in the Iran hostage crisis that started in November 4, 1979 and lasted for 440 days. Mrs. Kennedy shares that she never cried in her 440 days of captivity. Mr. Kennedy tells that he took some time off work after the incident. Mrs. Kennedy states that she was born in Bar Harbor, Maine.


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