I was a conscientious objector; in camp--in prison--on parole. A very personal story of difficulties of experiences of one who believes war is now obsolete. Joe Nunnally.

I was a conscientious objector; in camp--in prison--on parole. A very personal story of difficulties of experiences of one who believes war is now obsolete.

Berkeley, California: Sooner Publishing Company, 1948. xi, 315p., first edition, original green cloth binding with minor edge wear and some soiling, scattered marginal pencillings within.

"World War II conscientious objector went A.W.O.L. from work camp. Found his brief prison term less punitive than coping with free civilian life in wartime America." *Suvak 428. A prefatory note confesses that when his personal dust had settled, Nunnally found that he was not categorically "anti-war" at all, and that things are perfect just the way they are.

Cat.No: 3631

Price: $45.00