Warner Shippee was a student activist in the anti-drill movement and a committed pacifist. He was also a member of the Jacobin fraternity, which included students at the center of anti-drill and progressive activism. He sought to legitimize the right of a student to substitute physical education for drills as an act of conscience. He requested the right to substitute physical education for mandatory drills.
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