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Law, Morality and Vietnam: The Peace Militants and the Courts

Author(s): John F. Bannan, Rosemary Bannan

Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, 1974, pp. 241

Explores the conflict between law and morality, and case for civil disobedience, with reference mainly to six well known prosecutions, including: the Fort Hood Three (GIs who refused to be posted to Vietnam); Dr Spock and others in 1967-68 charged with conspiracy to violate draft laws; and Daniel and Philip Berrigan and five other who burnt draft files at Catonsville in 1968.