The American Legion [Volume 148, No. 5 (May 2000)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Honored Glory: Memorial Day has special meaning for sentinels guarding the Tomb of the Unknowns. Sentinel's Creed
- Sounding The Alarm On Security, Readiness: Strom Thurmond, the longest-serving senator, gets right to the point on politics and the military. Interview by Cliff Kincaid
- The Expulsion Of God: Banning school prayer has placed our children in a moral - or immoral - straitjacket by Robert D. Novak
- Is Privacy Dead? Big Brother isn't the only one poking around in your private life by Jay Stuller
- America Remembers Allied Invasion: The D-Day Museum in New Orleans, opening June 6, celebrates the American spirit in WWII by Phyllis Zauner
- Putting Vets On A "Hire" Plane: The American Legion is at the front lines for veterans seeking employment by Layne Cameron
- Revisiting The Blue And Gray: The thunder of cannons returns to the Civil War battlefield at Cedar Creek, Va. by Peter B. Rose
- Big Issues: Should the United States continue aid to Russia?
- Commander's Message
- On Duty
- Washington Watch
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Cover: The American Legion honors our fallen heroes. Photo illustration by Holly K. Soria.
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