This chapter details the contrasting membership and roles of the Patriot militia and the citizen-soldiers of the Continental army. Then, as today, Americans grappled with the issue of how much or what sort of service one owes one's country in time of war or national emergency. Some countries require some form of universal military service today. First, should the United States impose such an obligation? Second, are there alternative forms that national service can take? Third, could the United States possibly benefit from imposing a similar requirement? Please justify your answers by providing relevant examples for each question.
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