Question 24 (MC) How were conscientious objectors treated in the United States during World War I? They were deported to enemy


24
(MC)
How were conscientious objectors treated in the United States during World War I?
They were deported to enemy nations.
They were permitted to opt out of the draft.
They were allowed to serve in noncombat military positions.
They were kept in internment camps until the end of the war.


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