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Steve and Glenda Gilroy reflect on their life during the Vietnam War. Specifically, Steve talks about being drafted as a conscientious objector and how being stationed as an orderly in a hospital helped him realize what he wanted as a future career. Glenda reflects on conversations she had with her father and brother during the war and how her upbringing influenced what she thought about conscientious objectors.

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Cherry Grove Friends Church, Battleground Washington, Sacred Heart, Eugene, George Fox College, Battleground School District


Christian Denominations and Sects | Christianity | Ethics in Religion | Peace and Conflict Studies | Social History | United States History

Interview with Steve and Glenda Gilroy



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