Who does Schenck compare a drafted soldier to? Do you agree disagree? Why?
Schenck compares a drafter soldier to a slave/involuntary servant. I agree with Schenck. Explanation: I agree with Schenck because a drafted soldier is an ordinary citizen whom is selected against their will to serve for the United States military. Said citizen has no say in the matter, as to say no would be to break the law, punishable by jailtime and fines. Said citizen is also being drafted as a consequence of something the United States government and/or military did or decided to do. It is not for something the citizen has done. This citizen may be harmed or even killed in the line of duty, all for no fault of their own and without them ever being able to object in the entire process. This is not an example answer. That being said, you should still change the wording. Have an awesome day.
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