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Was the introduction of conscription justifiable?

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2008-01-08 00:42:43
2008-01-08 00:42:43

no. they were other ways of going about the matter. but the government was too lazy to do something about it and was obviously not thinking about the fact of the matter for the citizens. But... what do i know - right? I'm a high school student. *pshh*

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