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    Little may you know but the draft has only been used five times. The Civil war, WW1, WW2, Korea, and in Vietnam. I will tell you why we should keep the draft and why it would be beneficial if we should keep the draft. Keeping the draft would be a good thing because every war we have had a draft in we have won. Here is a little history about the draft. September 16, 1940 the Burke- Wadsworth Act as passed by congress by a wide margin from both sides and the first peacetime draft was imposed in the history

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    benefit the U.S more than forcing them. The draft was an action forcing men to draft into the military, where they were used if need be in the war. Now the draft is no longer remaining and the U.S has an all-voluntary military. The author of article one fights for everyone to protect their own and fight for your right to be free. He states that “registering doesn’t mean that you have to actually fight in the military-or even join it”. Meaning that the draft is not promising anyone's death or guarantee

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    Military Draft

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    a combination of a draft and volunteer service as its military service profile. An all-volunteer service is one which derives its manpower from volunteers rather than conscription or mandatory service. Conscription (or drafting) is the compulsory enlistment of people in some sort of national service, such as military service. Many arguments are presented in support of both the draft and the all-volunteer force. These arguments are analyzed in the following categories: military effectiveness; cost

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    Country Need You: The Military Draft in America Would you be willing to drop everything right now and join the military? Thousands of men were troubled with this question in the twentieth century. The United States draft, also called conscription, was first used during the Civil War but later used in WWI, WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. Napoleon was the first general to use the modern draft. In 1940 FDR signed the Training Service Act of 1940 starting the first formal draft in the United States

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    communism in Vietnam. During the Vietnam War, many men were drafted to serve in the military, regardless of whether they wanted to or not. The Vietnam War draft was an unnecessary form of servitude because communism in Vietnam was not a direct threat to the United States, the draft was a fundamental violation of American liberties, and the more privileged in society could avoid the draft. Selective Service was the government agency that collected the names of all men 18-26 years old

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    In the midst of debating whether or not to reinstate the draft, the question of whether the women should be included in the draft is up in the air. In my personal opinion, I believe that women should be included in the draft, since we're all considered equal. Opponents of women being in the military might argue that women might have to leave a family behind or they are not physically fit. In other countries, women are drafted into the military right after they are finish with schooling. One reason

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    A nation as a whole is only as strong as its military. It has been stated that, “in order to defend themselves from external threats, nations assemble militaries that are tasked with preserving national security”(Military Draft 1). The method chosen by United States to assemble a military force has been the subject of ethical debates since the introduction of the military draft in 1861, during the Civil War. Dictionary.com defines ethical as something, “being in accordance with the rules or standards

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    Reinstating the Military Draft The military draft has been used several times throughout the United States history. It has been used for different conflicts such as the World Wars, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. By 1973, the country switched to an all-volunteer military service, abandoning the concept of the military draft (Brisbane, par. 1). Congressman Charles Rangel planned to introduce a legislation calling for the draft reinstatement. If a military draft is reinstated, everyone, no matter

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    emerge. However, forcing young adults to join or at least register for the military at the age of 18 or is wrong because it is against their free will, they may have a different career path in mind that could be disrupted if a war is to emerge and it will affect their mental state and they could be diagnosed with PTSD. To start off, compulsory national service is when a country requires that men and women register for the military at the age of 18. Once they are registered, if a war breaks out and their

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    Mandatory Military Draft

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    are required to serve in the military for a year or more. The United States doesn’t enforce the same rules as them, but should they? People may think its cruel to make people join the military, some may say that it’s a good thing. So far there are only 26 countries that do so. The 26 that does so, does it for their safety. If everybody in your country had some military training, would that be good or would it go wrong? Out of the 26 countries that has a mandatory military, the U.S is not one of them

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