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Conscientious Objector
A conscientious objector is a person who, on the basis of religious or moral principles, refuses to participate in military service. Political opposition to the particular aim of conscription, such as that maintained by many during the Vietnam War, is usually considered a separate category. The postwar Selective Service Act, passed in 1948, required that conscientious objection be based on religious belief and training that included belief in a Supreme Being.




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