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Definition of Antidraft
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Literary usage of Antidraft
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1. U.s. Army's Transition to the All-volunteer Force, 1868-1974 by Robert K. Griffith, John Wyndham (FRW) Mountcastle, Robert K. Griffith, Jr. (1997)
"Unable to agree on how long to extend induction authority, the pro- and antidraft congressmen joined ranks on increasing pay. Hebert's committee doubled the ..."
2. The Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1789-1878 by Robert W. Coakley (1996)
"Frequently, labor unrest and racial antagonism went hand in hand with antidraft sentiment. Laborers, especially recent immigrants, began to fear competition ..."
3. Social Forces in American History by Algie Martin Simons (1911)
"Some of the few organized workers of the time saw this and protested against the war.1 The "antidraft riots" that took place in many cities, and especially ..."
4. Defense Policy in the Reagan Administration edited by William P. Snyder, James Brown (1997)
"antidraft activities continued, primarily on college and university campuses. However, on 1 July 1981, the President established a Military Manpower Task ..."
5. U. S. Strategy to Counter Domestic Political Terrorism by James B. Motley (1993)
"The possibility of new terrorist organizations emerging from such origins as the antinuclear groups and the resurgent antidraft movement cannot be ..."
6. The Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1877-1945 by Clayton David Laurie, Ronald H. Cole (1997)
"In an early well-publicized incident, the Green Corn Rebellion, landowners linked an abortive antidraft march of 200 tenant farmers in Sasakwa, Oklahoma, ..."