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Method[ edit ] The days of the year including February 29 were written on slips of paper. These pieces of paper were then placed in separate plastic capsules that were mixed in a shoebox and then dumped into a deep glass jar. Capsules were drawn from the jar one at a time. The first number drawn was September 14 , so all registrants with that birthday were assigned lottery number 1. The second number drawn corresponded to April 24, and so forth. All men of draft age born to who shared a birth date would be called to serve at once.

The first birthdates drawn were later called to serve in the order they were drawn; the last of these was September Among men with the same birthdate, the order of induction was determined by the ranks of the first letters of their last, first, and middle names. December birthdays far right were assigned many low numbers bottom , representing early induction, and few high numbers top.

People soon noticed that the lottery numbers were not distributed uniformly over the year. In particular, November and December births, or dates to , were assigned mainly to lower draft numbers representing earlier calls to serve see figure.

This led to complaints that the lottery was not random as the legislation required. Analysis of the procedure suggested that mixing capsules in the shoe box did not mix them sufficiently before dumping them into the jar. From January to December, the rank of the average draft pick numbers were 5 4 1 3 2 6 8 9 10 7 11 A Monte Carlo simulation found that the probability of a random order of months being this close to the 1—12 sequence expected for unsorted slips was 0.

The draft numbers issued in were never used the next year to call for induction into service, because the last call was December 7 and authority to induct expired on June 30, The to lottery numbers were used to call some men born to for physical exams. The highest number called for a physical was for tables through Ho Viet Mihn, another Vietnamese leader saw this as an opportunity to strike and took over a northern city of Vietnam named Hanoi.

Ho Viet Mihn was basing his political structure off of the communist states such as Russia while Emperor Bao Dai in the south wanted a Vietnam that was modeled after the west, like the democratic U. There was supposed to be a reunification election in but another leader took over the South. Ngo Dihn Diem took over leadership from Emperor Bao Dai who took a very hard stance against communism.

Conflicts between communists sympathizers began occurring in the South. At the time The U. In with John F. This caused President Kennedy to begin sending additional American soldiers to Vietnam. By there was around personnel in Vietnam. Johnson increased personnel sent over to Vietnam due to the political instability the country was having due to the coup.

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The President issued an attack order against North Vietnam and Congress passed a motion which gave President Johnson more authority over military decisions. In President Johnson had sent 82, troops to Vietnam and his officials wanted another , Between and the draft had provided 2,, servicemembers to the U.

The war was costing the U. Martin Luther King Jr. This protest featured many anti war political speakers and many popular singers of the time.

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Many people at the time saw Richard Nixon as a liar. When president Nixon took office he claimed that he would begin troop withdrawal from Vietnam immediately. After ten months of being in office the president had yet to start withdrawing anyone and the people felt lied to for it. Later president Nixon claimed to be watching sports as the anti war demonstration took place outside. The draft lottery only encouraged resentment of the Vietnam war and the draft.

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It strengthened the anti-war movement ,[ verification needed ] and all over the United States people decried discrimination by the draft system "against low-education, low-income, underprivileged members of society". The fear of military service in Vietnam influenced many young men born in the late s to join the National Guard. These young men were aware that the National Guard would be unlikely to send its soldiers to Vietnam.

Many men were unable to join the National Guard, even though they had passed their physicals, because many state National Guards had long waiting lists just to enlist. Still others chose legal sanctions such as imprisonment, either showing their disapproval by burning their draft cards or draft letters, or simply not presenting themselves for the military service test.

Others left the country, commonly moving to Canada. The number of American citizens who moved to Canada during the Vietnam war because of the draft is estimated to be around ,; it is believed that about half returned to the United States after the Nixon era when the war was also over Those calendars were sealed in envelopes.

The two sets of 25 envelopes were furnished to the Selective Service System. The birthdates for were written down, placed in capsules, and put in a drum in the order dictated by the selected calendar.

Similarly, the numbers from 1 to were written down and placed into capsules in the order dictated by the raw permutation. The first date and number drawn were September 16 and , so all men born September 16, , were assigned draft number The 11th draws were the date July 9 and the number 1, so men born July 9 were assigned draft number 1 and drafted first. In present-day not much has changed on how the draft would be conducted if it was ever needed.

The Selective Service Committee who presides over the draft procedures still have a large tumbler that holds all the number and dates that will be drawn to select candidates and the only thing that seems to have changed between the method of the past and the present one is that instead of using pieces of paper in blue capsules the SSC now uses ping pong balls with the dates and numbers on them.

The Draft Lottery". Journal of Statistics Education 5. Archived from the original on October 6,