He kept a low political profile and refused military service for either side.
Under laws in such a system, business owners could refuse service to anyone for whatever reason.
We could refuse service on any but an Imperial basis.
Then Fee came in and was refused service on the same grounds given the day before.
In 1935 Sabaté refused military service, the beginning of his life outside the law.
However, the customary right to refuse military service was now denied them.
How many 50-year-old men would refuse oral service from attractive 21-year-olds if they could get away with it?
Discussion question: Should young men have the right to refuse mandatory military service for religious or other reasons?
The wearing of them can often lead individuals to be refused service at related businesses and bars.
Especially when the offenders refuse the shelter and services that are available?