National Pacifist Youth Conference Collected Records
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The National Pacifist Youth Conference was held at Camp Mack, Milford, Indiana, June 26 to 29, 1939. Its purpose was to define pacifism, the implications of pacifism as a way of life, and to encourage discussions on the subject of what pacifists do during war time. The Conference was endorsed by the War Resisters League, Student Peace Service, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
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