“To steal, rape, murder, to slap an officer’s face and call him a son of a bitch—these are the standard peace-time entrance requirements to the Disciplinary Barracks.  But in time of war, too firm a belief in the words of Christ, too ardent a faith in the brotherhood of man, is even more acceptable.” (Essay: I Refuse to Serve by Roderick Seidenberg; Conscience in America-A Documentary History of Conscientious Objection in America 1757-1967, pub 1968;  Edited by Lillian Schlissel; pp. 138-141)