Dear Reader,

Is this article intended to help people to think about the issues? Yes. Is this article intended to tell anyone what to do? No. People have to live with the consequences of their own decisions. If you are in the military and believe that what you are doing conflicts with your sense of right and wrong; or if you are a veteran and are suffering from what you experienced while in the military; or if you are troubled by what we as a society are sending young men and women to do, we hope it will be worth your time to read all or parts of this article.

The revised and expanded 98-page article, “Moral Injury and Conscientious Objection:  Saying No to Military Service,” is now on line.  To read parts/entire article or print, please click this link:
Copies of the chapter on “Moral Injury” may be obtained as a printed pamphlet at no charge except for shipping from
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