Answer each question thoroughly. Provide examples/reasoning to support your opinion
Provide references for each response
at least 1-2 paragraphs min
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There is a school of thought that holds that the US lost the ability to fight two simultaneous Major Theater Wars (MTWs) when we moved away from the Draft to an all-volunteer military. When the Draft ended in 1973, so the argument goes, the military began a long, slow decline in size and capability – we just don’t have the manpower anymore to fight two wars at once. The last time we truly fought two wars was WWII against Germany and Japan. By the end of the war in 1945, we had over 12,000,000 men and women under arms. For your instructor, Vietnam was “my” war. At its peak in 1968, our armed forces totaled 3,547,902 personnel. The projected active duty end strength in the armed forces for FY 2017 is 1,281,900. During Vietnam, everyone was tasked to serve a 12 month tour in Southeast Asia once. No one was sent involuntarily for a second tour until every other eligible member served one. Many volunteered for multiple tours but, for the majority of us, you were one and done. Today, we have personnel who have served four or more deployments to Iraq and/or Afghanistan. That is one of the legacies of a shrinking manpower pool – 12M to 3.5M to 1.3M. Should we bring back the Draft? Why or why not?
Does the Espionage Act apply to all citizens â€“ except reporters? Do reporters have the right to decide for themselves whether they will publish classified material? Does the First Amendment provide blanket immunity for the media to disclose classified information? Why or why not?
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