Vietnam - Counterdraft - January 1968
COUNTERDRAFT. Vol. 1, No.1 - January 1968. 6324 Primrose Avenue, Los Angeles, Calif., 90028. 6 [gs. An anti-war newspaper on how to avoid the draft. From TO NUMBER OUR DAYS by Pierre Van Paasen, 1964 and on the front page of this newspaper: "all true creations grow out of the dark humus of rejected utopias. In extraordinary circumstance such as we experience, the utopian, the extraordinary, the seemingly impossible may be the only sensible way..... For only resistance will give us the right to hope for survival. And resistance in the present circumstances means: rebellion, refusal to be brainwashed any longer, cease being 'a nation of sheep', throw off the death urge with which the present power structure seeks to put us to sleep, and stop accusing everybody who wants somebody else's foot removed from his neck of being an enemy to freedom." Contents include much info for the conscientious objectors, selective service classifications, other materials which should be obtained, Be Wary With Government Appeal Agents, Where to Appeal, Don't Count on an Automatic 4-F!, a sample copy of the Medical Appeal Letter sent to Local Board when urging a Medical Exemption, etc. Several minor fold tears, overall in vg cond.