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Randy Kehler (born 1944 in Bronxville, New York) is an American pacifist activist and advocate for social justice. Kehler objected to America's involvement in the Vietnam war and refused to cooperate with the draft. He was involved in several anti war organisations in the 1960s and 70s.[1] The refusal of Randy and his wife Betsy Corner to pay taxes for military expenditure resulted in their house being possessed by the US Government, as depicted in the documentary film An Act of Conscience.[2] Daniel Ellsberg's exposure to Kehler in 1969 at a Haverford College anti-war protest was a pivotal event in Ellsberg's decision to copy and release the Pentagon Papers (which in turn caused President Nixon to create a group of in-house spies, who caused Watergate, which led to Nixon's resignation).[citation needed] References ^ Biographical Note, Randy Kehler Papers, accessed 17 February 2010 ^ Review of Act of Conscience accessed 17 February 2010 Persondata Name Kehler, Randy Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1944 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article about a United States activist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e