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W. D. Ehrhart (wdehrhart@WORLDNET.ATT.NET)
Fri, 29 Aug 1997 12:43:18 +0000

This is in response to the posting I saw yesterday from someone named
Miles who says he made the "right" choice during the Vietnam War and who
also says, if I understand him correctly, that anyone who made the
"wrong" choice should have known better and has no excuse. Or something
to that effect.

You'll have to excuse me. I'm not very good at this e-mail stuff to
begin with, and I seem to have bumped into the middle of an ongoing
discussion on top of my own techno-incompetence. I'd ask this question
directly of "Miles Who Made the Right Choice" except that I don't know
who he is or how to reach him, but I figure he'll see this if it's on
the list, and perhaps quite a few other people might be interested in
it, too.

Anyway, I'd be very curious to know when Miles made the right choice
(Was it 1965, say, or 1971, or when?), and what price he paid for making
the right choice (Did he spend five years in federal prison, say, or
live in exile in Canada for a decade, or what?). Can anyone help me out
here--perhaps Miles himself?

Bill Ehrhart
6845 Anderson St.
Philadelphia, PA 19119
215-848-3631 (fax)