South Dakotan Korean War Veterans to Receive Ambassador for Peace Medals

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SDPB presents live coverage of the ceremony at the state capitol, on Tuesday, January 12.

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The Draft: The History of America's Draft

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Since the first shots fired in the American Revolution, the United States has been a nation at war. Only 21 calendar years have elapsed in which the United States did not wage any wars, making armed conflict the trend that has shaped the nation's ideas, institutions and people. "The Draft" airs tonight at 8 pm CT (7 pm MT) on SDPB TV. 

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