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Zahn, Gordon C.
(University of Massachusetts Press, 1979)
During WW II, conscientious objectors, such as the author, had the choice of performing work of "national importance" in the civilian sector, in places such as Camp Simon, a forestry camp, near Warner, N.H. Along with recounting his own experiences at Camp Simon, the author focuses on the problems the Civilian Public Service Program raised regarding conscientious objectors in a wartime democracy.
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