Draft counselor and Vietnam veteran Alan Nelson spoke to students about militarism, pacifism, the reinstatement of a draft and ways to be exempted from military service.  Deeply involved in the peace movement, Nelson traveled throughout the country talking to young people.  Toward the end of his talk, Nelson declared that Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and John Lennon (“three great men”) would be against the war if they were alive today.     The Miscellany News