One hundred years ago, President Wilson signed the Selective Service Act, as the nation joined World War One. Since then, the Act has been rewritten many times. Today, we have a volunteer military but: all young men must still register. We look at the history of conscription, and current debate over reviving the draft.
- Edward Miller - Associate professor of history at Dartmouth College.
- Kurk Dorsey - Professor of history and program director for the history graduate program at UNH.