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"They are willfully, determinately, civilly disobeying the law of the land," Mr. Swift wrote in an essay for Boston's National Public Radio station, adding that authorities were turning a blind eye to illegally parked cars and folks on the walking trails.
"Thoreau would be proud," wrote E.M. Swift, a former Sports Illustrated writer who lives in Carlisle, Mass., and who described the conscientious objectors as "uniformly well-dressed, many white-haired, seemingly law-abiding citizens."