"CPS: Lighter Moments"
The following is a story about Corbett Bishop by Jim Bristol:
"Corbett Bishop was a totally unorthodox CPSer. Eventually he walked out of CPS camp and became a thorn in the flesh of the Bureau of Prisons (finally released absolutely unconditionally). Colonel Kosch, in charge of all CPS camps for the Selective Service System, and another government official were inspecting Corbett's camp. Corbett rose at meal time and requested permission to read something to all present. What he read stressed that it was imperative to give unquestioning obedience to the state. He then asked for Colonel Kosch's reaction, and the colonel said he certainly agreed with what Corbett had read. To which Corbett replied: 'I rather thought you would. I have just read a passage from Mein Kampf.'"
--Taken from "CPS: Lighter Moments." Friends Journal: Quaker Thought and Life Today 38.1 (1992): 6-7. Print. See http://www.friendsjournal.org