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Jun 28, 2017

Economists and scholars from the University of Rochester are often credited with making the successful argument to end the U.S. military draft. After first being enacted in 1863, the draft continued during both times of war and peace until coming to end 44 years ago this July. In this episode of Quadcast, host Peter Iglinski considers the history of selective service, and the influence Rochester had in moving to an all-volunteer force.