2 edition of Draft resistance found in the catalog.
Committee in Defiance of the National Service Act.
|Contributions||Ross, Brian., Hornby, Peter.|
|LC Classifications||UB342.A8 C65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||70578958|
Early draft sections of American Resistance went live here beginning in Fall Here is the original schedule for what to expect on the site (written in ). The book will be out November 5, Pre-order details are available under Pre-Order. Early chapter drafts were posted on the blog but are archived here for easy access. Australian Draft Resistance and the Vietnam War - statements by Michael Matteson and Geoff Mullen. Michael Matteson; Geoff Mullen. The following two articles are from Peacemaker, Sept - Dec Vol 33 Nos , published by the Federal Pacifist Council of highlight that anarchists were active within the Draft Resistance Movement during the Vietnam War.
Book Description: Rough Draft draws the curtain on the race and class inequities of the Selective Service during the Vietnam War. Amy J. Rutenberg argues that policy makers' idealized conceptions of Cold War middle-class masculinity directly affected whom they targeted for conscription and also for deferment. In her riveting oral history of the end of the 60s, Witness to the Revolution, Clara Bingham unveils anew that tumultuous time when America careened to the brink of a civil war at home, as it fought a long futile war ALOUD, Bingham looks back at the local history of the non-violent draft resistance movement of men and women known as The Los Angeles .
Civil War draft resistance in the Middle West. (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript: Document Type: Book, Archival Material: All Authors / Contributors: Robert E Sterling. Define draft. draft synonyms, draft pronunciation, draft translation, English dictionary definition of draft. a preliminary outline of a book, speech, etc. 3. so as to benefit from the reduction in wind resistance created behind the leader. adj. used for drawing loads: a draft horse. drawn from a cask rather than served from a.
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Shedding light on a misunderstood form of opposition to the Vietnam War, Michael Foley tells the story of draft resistance, the cutting edge of the antiwar movement at the height of the war's escalation.
Unlike so-called draft dodgers, who Draft resistance book the country or manipulated deferments, draft resisters openly defied draft laws by burning or turning /5(3).
Impressively researched and well written [Confronting the War Machine: Draft Resistance during the Vietnam War] deepens our knowledge of the protest movements of the sHistory of Education Quarterly Provides a thoughtful (and passionate) interpretation of the antiwar movement that is one of the best and most nuanced now available/5(3).
Confronting the war machine: draft resistance during the Vietnam War User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Foley (history, Staten Island Coll., CUNY) offers a scholarly investigation of the Boston-area draft resistance movement from to Reviews: 1.
Unlike so-called draft dodgers, who left the country or manipulated deferments, draft resisters openly defied draft laws by burning or turning in their draft cards.
Like Shedding light on a misunderstood form of opposition to the Vietnam War, Michael Foley tells the story of draft resistance, the cutting edge of the antiwar movement at the /5.
Vietnam War: Draft Resistance. This page includes a short history, documents, and over two hundred photographs of the draft resistance movement in the Northwest. Click images on the sidebar to explore Vietnam-era draft resistance photographs and documents, or scroll down to read a short history of the movement both regionally and nationally.
Draft definition: A draft is an early version of a letter, book, or speech. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
These draft resisters hoped that their public civil disobedience would help to bring the war and the draft to an end. Many young men went to federal prison as part of this movement.
According to Cortright, the draft resistance movement was the leading edge of. Why has the position of the sexes become an issue in some social movements and not in others.
Under what conditions has feminism emerged out of movements devoted to other causes. Starting with these general questions, this case study, based on participant observation, explores the factors which led women in the draft resistance movement in Boston Cited by: "Impressively researched and well written [Confronting the War Machine: Draft Resistance during the Vietnam War] deepens our knowledge of the protest movements of the s."--History of Education Quarterly "This book deserves to be regarded among the important monographs now filling out our understanding of that tumultuous period." Draft resistance also offered more immediate opportunities for building a strong movement.
So I am primarily working on draft resistance; I am putting in some hours contacting the GI with our message; and working with the Veterans for Peace. I will do this at least up until the time I go to jail or the war is over.
To the extent that some textbooks or syntheses on the s discuss the draft and the protest against it, the emphasis inevitably centers on draft card burning or draft evasion, neither of which, as this book shows, was at all synonymous with draft : Michael S.
Foley. The phrase "draft resistance" refers to resistance by nearly incarcerated Japanese Americans to conscription into the United States Army under the Selective Service and Training Act of Draft resisters came from eight of the ten War Relocation Authority Camps, with the largest numbers coming from Poston and Heart Mountain.
Fears of a new U.S. war in the Middle East surged at the beginning of the year, along with speculation that the government could reinstate the military draft.
In this excerpt from his memoir of draft resistance during the Vietnam War, Death Wins All Wars, Daniel Holland discusses the military-industrial complex and the importance of acting on. Draft Resistance and Evasion. Draft resistance in American history has taken many forms, including deliberate lawbreaking for the sake of conscience (civil disobedience); direct action to disrupt the draft; noncooperation; and individual efforts to avoid military service (draft evasion).Draft resisters in America have emerged Source for information on Draft Resistance.
Get this from a library. The Fishing Creek Confederacy: a story of Civil War draft resistance. [Richard Allen Sauers; Peter Tomasak] -- One hundred fifty years after the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln is thought of as one of the best presidents of the United States.
However, most Americans forget that he was elected with only 40 percent. The advent of a national draft in the spring of only added fuel to the fire with anti-Lincoln Democrats arguing that it was illegal to draft civilians.
Many newspaper editors advocated active resistance against the draft.. Richard Sauers and Peter Tomasak's The Fishing Creek Confederacy: A Story of Civil War Draft Resistance is a landmark contribution to this literature, and a wonderful Pennsylvania companion to Robert Sandow's equally groundbreaking Deserter Country: Civil War Opposition in the Pennsylvania Appalachians (Fordham, ).
Read this book on Questia. Shedding light on an understudied form of opposition to the Vietnam War, Michael Foley tells the story of draft resistance, the cutting edge of the antiwar movement at the height of the war's escalation.
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Draft resistance. In the government reinstated the draft for Japanese Americans after suspending it in and began drafting men directly from the camps.
This action angered many. At Heart Mountain concentration camp, Wyoming, resistance took the form of an organized movement calling itself the Fair Play Committee.American Resistance is her sixth book.
In addition to these books, she has also published her work in over 60 peer-reviewed articles in journals. She has presented her work to federal agencies, foundations, and other organizations, including the National Science Foundation, the State Department International Visitor Leadership Program, the.Like civil rights activists before them, draft resisters invited prosecution and imprisonment.
Focusing on Boston, one of the movement's most prominent centers, Foley reveals the crucial role of draft resisters in shifting antiwar sentiment from the margins of society to the center of American : Michael S Foley.