Amy Rutenberg

Iowa State University and author of “Rough Draft: Cold War Military Manpower Policy and the Origins of Vietnam-Era Draft Resistance”

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History professor at Iowa State University and author of “Rough Draft: Cold War Military Manpower Policy and the Origins of Vietnam-Era Draft Resistance.”

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We discuss how the draft works, and what happens if you don't register even though you're supposed to.

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We discuss how the draft works, and what happens if you don't register even though you're supposed to.

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