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This is the logical extension of the Nuremberg Trials, and this church is going to discharge its duty. Nodding brusquely to her husband, she launched a barrage of sentences, leaping nimbly from one subject to the next: I suppose you turned in your draft card and you want to know whether to go to jail or run away to Canada. Elementary, m y dear Jackson. The military haircut, the shuffle, the fugitive slink. Your long hair makes you ineligible. A s to the draft card, Laurence never brings me anyone w h o has burned his draft card, because that's a legal problem. But it's got to be something serious, or he wouldn't bother o n the day before N e w Year's. If w e do that, the alternatives become a little clearer.

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