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Conscience and the Constitution
 

Frank Emi on the FPC (transcript)


"Well, they were all very interested because they were shocked at the thought that the government would apply the draft into these camps after the way they had treated us. We gave out information on how the Fair Play Committee felt about the draft. It was informational. We hadn't really taken a stand yet, but we told them how we felt. And most of them were very curious about how the draft would effect us. We tried to give out the best information we could that we felt that it was unconstitutional, certainly morally wrong, unjust, unfair. And they, 99% agreed with us."

   

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