After my presentation last class on Conscription, the Military Service Act, and Conscientious Objectors I can't help but wonder how Curzon would have felt about these topics. I'm sure he would have agreed with conscription because it would help replenish his troops. However, I think Curzon would have had a problem with Conscientious Objectors. I think he would have felt that they were against everything he believed to be right and good. He may have even felt that because they were anti-war that meant that they must be anti-British. He sees things in a very black and white sort of way and I think he would have seen Conscientious Objectors as insulting to his position as a General.