Chris Lombardi

Journalist Chris Lombardi has been writing about war and peace for more than twenty years. Her work has appeared in The Nation, Guernica, the Philadelphia Inquirer, ABA Journal, and at WHYY.org. The author of I Ain’t Marching Anymore: Dissenters, Deserters, and Objectors to America’s Wars (The New Press), she lives in Philadelphia.

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  1. I got your name and info about your project from a mutual friend. I have been working entitled, CALLED TO SERVE: TESTIMONIES OF THE MEN AND WOMEN CONFRONTED BY THE VIETNAM DRAFT. Within the book is a lengthy chapter that explores the history of the draft and conscientious objection as well as over 25 interviews with men who faced the draft and responded in a wide variety of ways and with women who loved, supported and counseled them. I would be very open to having an e-mail conversation if you think it might be worthwhile. In the meantime I applaud your efforts and hope they come to fruition. I continue to be challenged to get my now completed manuscript published…

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