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Absolutist objector, pacifism, and the witness against war

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Analysis of the problem of conscription and coercion in a democratic society and the issues of Civilian Public Service. "Because conscription, like slavery, is a contradiction of ends and means and because it tends to destroy both conscriptor and conscript, the state--or pacifist movement--which employs conscription as a means is destroying itself.
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Created Date:
1944
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Caleb Foote Papers, 1851-1995 (bulk 1939-1995)

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University of Massachusetts, Amherst

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