Donald Trump and Joe Biden were athletes who got deferments and dubious medical-based exemptions to participating in mass slaughter.
Today in history: Muhammad Ali refuses Army induction (April 28, 1967)
On April 28, 1967, boxing champion Muhammad Ali refuses to be inducted into the U.S. Army and is immediately stripped of his heavyweight title.
Finding the Gulf of Tonkin, finding 9/11: a fraud by the United States
On August 4, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson admitted there was no US losses in the Gulf of Tonkin incident in a televised speech that was also published in leading newspapers the following day. This speech is now hidden in history.
Bruce Beyer Reflects on 50 Years of Activism
On October 20, 1967 I stood on the steps of the Justice Department and returned my draft card to then US Attorney General Ramsey Clark. … If it took going to jail as a way of serving my country then I was prepared to go.
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We’re seeking individuals who took a stand of some kind against war in general, or a specific war, while in uniform, or who refused to be drafted.
David Cline, Vietnam War veteran who became a leader in peace movement
Click to view/ print Obituary from the Buffalo News / Thursday, September 20, 2007
The Channeling Statement
"The Channeling Statement" The Channeling Statement is one of ten documents in an orientation kit put out by the...
The boys who said no to Vietnam
This article originally appeared at ptreyeslight.com. By Teresa Mathew. In his forthcoming documentary “The Boys Who...
50 Years Ago Today: Catonsville 9
The celebrated Catonsville 9 draft-file-burning action as covered by Democracy Now! on its 50th anniversary, May 17,...
Catonsville Nine Honored for Role in Antiwar Movement
Photo caption: The Catonsville Nine used homemade Napalm to set draft files on fire, May 17, 1968. This article was...
Anti-Vietnam War Resisters in Canada
PHOTO CAPTION: Jack Todd, who moved to Canada to avoid the Vietnam War, holds up his dog tags in his home Friday,...
War Remnants Museum, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam March 19, 2018 through April 15, 2018
During America’s War in Vietnam, tens of thousands of American GIs and veterans opposed the war. They marched, refused...
Support Exhibit of GI and Veteran Resistance to the American war in Vietnam
Click here for PDF of WagingPeace-Exhibit Ron Carver Campaigns for Social Justice Executive Director Labor...
1976 Presidential Election: Draft Dodger and the Democrats
This article originally appeared on therollingstone.com. By Donald R. Katz He emerged from the plane smiling into the...