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Letter August 16, 1918 from David Eichel to ____ Langman


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Gov. [illegible] is already in solitary confinement for refusing to perform work in prison. I feel he would rather not perform compulsory work even in prison. He is being held incommunicado despite the fact that I disagreed with him in connect with the question of inocculation and vacination. I am compelled to confess that his was the right & consistent attitude and my personal feelings now are pride and admiration for him.

I cannot give a plausible explanation for our transfer here, unless it be to get some work out of us. Thus far I have done nothing - and must go on doing nothing so long as they insist upon holding me under

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