The Good War and Those Who Refused To Fight It.
A few Americans have been conscientious objectors (COs) in every one of America's wars. But World War II, the "Good War", posed a special problem for men of conscience. Out of 16 million called to serve in the armed forces, only 42,000 refused to participate in the killing due to religious, moral, philosophical, or political convictions.
Produced by Judith Ehrlich and Rick Tejada-Flores
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