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Published by Le Devoir in Montreal .
Written in English


  • Military service, Compulsory

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RBSC copy: With microfilm duplicate (mfm. dup. 0021)

ContributionsBourassa, Henri, 1868-1952, Lamarche, Paul Émile, Caron, Joseph Edouard, Fortier, Adélard, Ainey, Joseph, Fisher, Sydney, Montpetit, Édouard, 1881-1954.
The Physical Object
Pagination[Pts.] 1-6 in 1.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14819116M

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The essential task of government is defense of the social system not only against domestic gangsters but also against external foes. He who in our age opposes armaments and conscription is, perhaps unbeknown to himself, an abettor of those aiming at the enslavement of all. Human Action 3 rd Edition (Chicago: Contemporary Books, , p. ). The basis of this pamphlet was to present to the American President Woodrow Wilson, the justification of Ireland's stand against British conscription. However, de Valera's work was cut short by his arrest and internment on 17 May , and the work was completed and prepared for the press by Robert Brennan. Carry a Big Stick or Be Quiet - A Case for Conscription. Robert Murphy “Speak softly and carry a big stick.”-- Theodore Roosevelt. Each year as they testify before congress, America’s armed service chiefs roll out pleas for the latest technology ‘essential’ to confront a predictable cast of global boogeymen.   Tom Stearn | Published in History Today Volume 58 Issue 4 April The attempt to stampede the country into conscription was infamous, it was a crime against mankind, and would be resisted, protested Percy Illingworth, Liberal MP for Shipley, in

No Conscription by Rep. Ron Paul, MD US House of Representatives, May 9, Mr. Speaker, I hope my colleagues who believe that the current war on terrorism justifies violating the liberty of millions of young men by reinstating a military draft will consider the eloquent argument against conscription in the attached speech by Daniel Webster. Webster's speech remains one of the best statements of the Constitutional and moral case against conscription. Despite the threat posed to the very existence of the young republic by the invading British Empire, Congress ultimately rejected the proposal to institute a draft. If the new nation of America could defeat what was then the most.   Military conscription, for example, is mandatory military service rendered by civilians for a certain period of time which many nations enact to prepare their people in the event of war. There are several pros and cons to military conscription, and here we discuss the most notable. List of Pros of Conscription. 1. Promotes Nationalism.   Beginning in , however, Napoleon took conscription to an entirely new level. The recently expanded French administrative state with its armies of bureaucrats and its extensive information about citizens lowered the cost to Napoleon of implementing a draft. 3 Mass conscription allowed Napoleon to raise an army of over , men by 4 Napoleon then instituted a draft in regions .

Cases relied to any extent on precedent or history. There had been a few remarks about conscription in earlier federal cases,'2 and a Pennsylvania Supreme Court case, Kneedler v. Lane,3 had upheld the Civil War draft. But no Supreme Court decision that was on point had ever been handed down. Even though the Government's. During America's first great war, waged against Great Britain, the Madison Administration tried to introduce a conscription bill into Congress. This bill called forth one of Daniel Webster's most eloquent efforts, in a powerful opposition to 1, Number 2; Autumn conscription in case of war – when. The economic case against conscription. Economists traditionally were and are unambiguous. Book. Jan ;. Librarian's tip: "40 Million Conscripts" begins on p. , "Conscription Is Opposed" begins on p. , and "The Tide Turns against Conscription" begins on p. Read preview Overview The New York City Draft Riots: Their Significance for American Society and Politics in the Age of the Civil War By Iver Bernstein Oxford University Press,