Physician-Assisted Draft Evasion: Civil Disobedience, Medicine, and War

Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 14 (4):444-454 (2005)
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Abstract

From the first days of conscription, physicians have declared their opposition to unjust wars by using their good offices to aid draft evaders

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