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Nathanael C.H. Ong

this, there was also the opposing view that NS was outdated and did not justify the time and money that was spent on it. In particular, the need for mandatory conscription on a mass scale was questioned, and it was argued that such policies belonged to a different era. As such, there were calls to

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Dan M. Cooper

small measure on the physical work capacity of laborers ( 87 ). In the United States, entry into World War I and institution of mandatory conscription to military service revealed an alarming percentage of young Americans simply unfit for service. It is not surprising that the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory