2 edition of Legal aspects of selective service. found in the catalog.
Legal aspects of selective service.
United States. Selective Service System.
by For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington
Written in English
|LC Classifications||KF7263 .A86 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 90 p.|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||74600415|
This book is a valuable resource for specialists involved in fields ranging from sociology and economics to biology, public health, law, and ethics. Show less Sex Selection of Children explores the strategies used to control the sex of children, the conditions under which a couple would employ a given technique, and the technology to achieve their desired family composition. The book becomes much more than the story of the Berrigan brothers and includes much more than Vietnam. Finally the impact of the Catonsville action is evaluated. While only inconveniencing the Selective Service System, many were inspired to refuse participation in the war while some whose records were destroyed never heard from a draft board Cited by: 6.
Selective Service System. Congressional Information. Books. Government Documents. In the News. Indianapolis Newspaper Index. Subject Headings. Websites. The Selective Service System, also known as the Draft, establishes the law that all male U.S and most non-U.S. citizens residing in the United States between the ages of 18 and 26 must register with the Selective Service. To that end, Congress passed the Selective Service Act, which Wilson signed into law on The act required all men in the U.S. between the .
Mail the completed form to: Selective Service System Registration Information Office P.O. Box Palatine, IL Selective Service will send you a Registration Acknowledgment in the mail. If you do not receive a Registration Acknowledgment within 90 days, it is your responsibility to contact the Selective Service at These papers might be of considerable value to anyone doing serious, detailed research on the legal aspects of the Selective Service System, the range of behavior of judges, etc. The Swarthmore College Peace Collection also has many other papers on related subjects, especially conscientious objectors.
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A new selective service act was passed in that required all men between 18 and 26 to register and that made men from 19 to 26 liable for induction for 21 months' service, which would be followed by 5 years of reserve duty. When the Korean War broke out, the law was replaced () by the Universal Military Training and Service Act.
The Selective Service System is the agency that registers men and is responsible for running a draft. Who Must Register with Selective Service. Almost all men age who are U.S. citizens or are immigrants living in the U.S. are required to be registered with Selective Service.
U.S. law calls for citizens to register within 30 days of. The Selective Service System’s structure consists of the National Headquarters, Data Management Center, and three Region Headquarters, with full-time employees authorized. Also part of Selective Service is a field structure of military Reservists and civilian volunteer board members.
Textual Records: Name and subject card files containing summaries of court decisions affecting the Selective Service System, Returned questionnaires containing opinions of local boards on various aspects of the Selective Service System, Records relating to citizenship status.
The Selective Service System itself was created inwith the entry of the United States into World War I. The Kaiser may be long gone, but the Selective Service is still with us. The Selective Service System (SSS) is an independent agency of the United States government that maintains information on those potentially subject to military conscription (i.e.
the draft).All male U.S. citizens (and male immigrant non-citizens) who are between the ages of 18 and 26 are required by law to have registered within 30 days of their 18th birthdays, and must notify the Selective Agency executive: Donald M. Benton, Director.
Registration for Men Selective Service registration is required by law as the first part of a fair and equitable system that, if authorized by the President and Congress, would rapidly provide personnel to the Department of Defense while at the same time providing for an Alternative Service Program for conscientious objectors.
How to Deal with Failure to Register for Selective Service on your Citizenship case. Selective Service Registration is an important component of the Naturalization process.
Failure to knowingly and willingly register for selective service will actually disqualify certain individuals from the good moral character principle of the US naturalization. Selective Service System,(). For the reasons stated above, I find § 12(f) of the Military Selective Service Act violative of the Fifth Amendment, both because it compels self-incrimination, and because it violates due process by denying persons the equal protection of the laws.
I respectfully : Supreme Court of United States. The Selective Service System oversees the legal requirement that all men between ages 18 and 25 living in the U.S.
register for the draft, should it be declared necessary, and maintains no-cost agreements with organizations that offer conscientious objectors alternate forms of service to the nation.
The Selective Service System has changed a lot since the s. A series of reforms during the latter part of the Vietnam conflict changed the way the draft operated to make it more fair and equitable.
Learn more about our fair and equitable system. Read more. Additional Physical Format: Print version: United States. Selective Service System. Legal aspects of selective service. [Washington]: [U.S.G.P.O.], . SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM, LEGAL ASPECTS OF SELECTIVE SERVICE ().
A new and updated edition of LEGAL ASPECTS has just been published, but because of the Govern-ment Printing Office's tardiness, it is as yet in general circulation only within the Government. Most books in the past have been journalistic anti-draft polemics, rather than.
Legal aspects of selective service / Lewis B. Hershey. KF A86 The Military service act, manual for the information and guidance of tribunals in the consideration and review of claims for exemption / issued by the Military Service Council by the authority of the honourable C.J.
Doherty, minister of justice. The Selective Service System had been inactive, however, and funds were needed before reactivating registration. The President therefore recommended that funds be transferred from the Department of Defense to the separate Selective Service System.
p. 2 (). A booklet on the legal aspects of the Selective Service System, about to be reissued by General Hershey's office in revised form, should be added to the Guild book's bibliography. U.S. Immigration Laws and the Selective Service By Ilona Bray, J.D., University of Washington Law School U.S.
citizens are not the only ones who have to sign up with the Selective Service and potentially be called up to serve in the U.S. armed forces; find out when non-citizens must also put their names on .The Selective Training and Service Act ofsigned into law by President Franklin D.
Roosevelt, created the country’s first peacetime Europe already engulfed in World War II and Japan making threatening moves in the Pacific, Roosevelt wanted to strengthen the unprepared U.S.
armed forces. After World War II the Soviet Union rose to challenge U.S. political and military power.Legal aspects of selective service / Lewis B. Hershey. KF A86 The Military service act, manual for the information and guidance of tribunals in the consideration and review of claims for exemption / issued by the Military Service Council by the authority of the honourable C.J.
Doherty, minister of justice. KF C35