The Draft: How The Resisters Fare


The food is very good, much better than the food that I paid for at the University of Chicago. The beds are clean, and you are given a change of linen once a week. You can change your underwear and socks daily if you're the fastidious sort. A lot of hardened cons are, strange to relate.

Except for the last sentence, Terry Sullivan, 30, could have been writing home about graduate school. Instead, his words appeared in a recent issue of Win, a magazine devoted to the Nonviolent Movement against the Viet...

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