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Draft Dodger Returns from Sweden
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Chapman University Digital Commons
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Chapman University, Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives
UPI - The Vietnam War
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Palo Alto, Calif: A draft resistor just back from Sweden, Kenneth Rutledge, 26, said at a press conference 2/7, that there should be amnesty for men like him because 'I would like to think the war could be over for everyone.' Rutledge returned to the US 2/5 and by prior arrangement surrendered to FBI agents. Rutledge was ordered to report for induction in June 1971 & indicted in February 1972 when he failed to report for duty.
Vietnam War
Military, War, and Peace
UPI - The Vietnam War

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