The American Legion [Volume 148, No. 4 (April 2000)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- David The Goliath: David Robinson stands tall as a role model and patriot. Interview by Layne Cameron
- Remembering The Forgotten War: After 50 years, Korean War veterans visit the country they tried to - but could not - forget by Daniel Allsup
- South Korea Welcomes American Veterans: ROK officials invite Korean War veterans back to witness how the country has changed by Daniel Allsup
- The Greedy Hand: "Painless withholding" is snatching up more than its fair share of taxpayers money by Amity Shlaes
- Vietnam: We Could Have Won. We Should Have Won: Bad press and worse politics took their toll on American morale during the war. by Jim Bohannon
- Defying The Odds At An LOC: Outgunned 25 to 1, American and Vietnamese soldiers prevailed by Phillip C. Clarke
- Big Issues: Should China be in the World Trade Organization?
- Commander's Message
- On Duty
- Washington Watch
- Veterans Update
- Department Commanders
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Cover: David "The Admiral" Robinson scores big in life just as he does on the court. Photo courtesy of NBA.
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