Nation: No Draft Without Women Too

But a Supreme Court Justice says registration can go on

Even before Jimmy Carter announced in January his aim to resume registering people who had reached the age of 18 for a possible military draft, opponents of just such a plan were preparing to wage war on it. Late last week, as 35,000 post offices were getting ready to receive the first wave of a tide of 4 million initial registrants—all male citizens and resident aliens born in 1960 and 1961—the signup foes won what could prove to be a short-lived victory in the courts....

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