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It’s hard to find much information on Corbett Bishop (1906-1961), which is a shame because I think we would have gotten along famously. This story is copied from a website devoted to documenting the Civilian Public Service (CPS), which administered the Conscientious Objector program during WWII: “Corbett Bishop was a totally unorthodox CPSer. Eventually he …

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A conversation with Michael R. Ziglar, excerpted from We Have Just Begun to Not Fight, An Oral History of Conscientious Objectors in Civilian Public Service During World War II, by Heather Frazer and John O’Sullivan ©1996: You base your pacifism on the Sermon on the Mount.  Is that correct? Well, “Thou shalt not kill” comes …

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