Young Joe Cooper was a convinced socialist. Sent to serve in the Korean War, the idealistic National Serviceman hated the idea that he might have to kill the Chinese communists he thought of as fellow socialists.
To keep his conscience be clear, he decided only to shoot to wound, not to kill.
Faced with the grim reality of battle, though, could he stick to his convictions in the desperate struggle to survive?
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