Why Japan's kamikaze campaign ultimately failed

In the later stages of the Second World War in the Pacific, Japan was desperate. They turned to a new tactic - kamikaze.
Although suicide attacks had been used haphazardly before, the kamikaze campaign trained attack squadrons specifically for this purpose, and brought into combat a new aircraft - the Yokosuka MXY-7 Ohka - the only jet-powered suicide aircraft. They first saw action at the Battle of Okinawa in 1945, where extensive damage was done to the Allied fleet. But overall, how effective were these aircraft and this campaign?

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