The American Legion [Volume 155, No. 6 (December 2003)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- Gulag Nation: North Korea’s political prisons are human black holes from which “enemies of the state” rarely return. By Thomas Omestad.
- For the Children: German doctor Norbert Vollertsen will not be silent about Kim Jong Il’s brutal regime.
- When Holidays Hurt: Faith, family and planning ahead can help the recently bereaved ﬁnd joy in the season. By Victor M. Parachin.
- The House That Fisher Built: A network of comfort homes keeps wounded soldiers and their families together during recovery. By Matt Grills.
- More Than Skin Deep: The popularity of tattoos has moved beyond the military and into the mainstream. By Terisa Green.
- A Freedom Too Far: Demonstrators who enjoy free speech must respect limits when seeking the public’s attention. By Richard D. Parker.
- Legion’s Greetings: Grow the American Legion family this holiday season by purchasing gift memberships for loved ones - American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary, Sons of The American Legion or all three. By Jeff Stoffer.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Under the Radar
- Big Issues
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
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