The American Legion [Volume 159, No. 3 (September 2005)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- The Good of the Company vs. the Good of the Country: Outsourcing is not the bottom-line boon many corporations promise. By Lou Dobbs.
- Libraries of Terror: Terrorists and pedophiles ﬁnd comfortable anonymity between the shelves. By Deroy Murdock.
- Things I Have Learned Since Going Blind: A Marine Corps veteran makes the most of life after sight. By Albert W. Brown.
- "Muscular Idealism": Historian Victor Davis Hanson says the Arab world must realize Islam and freedom can coexist. Interview by Alan W. Dowd.
- "We Deliver the Goods": From the Revolutionary War to Operation Iraqi Freedom, the U.S. Merchant Marine has played a vital role in military history. By Dan Allsup.
- Never to Walk Alone: In an excerpt from his new book, Bob Dole describes the faith it took to recover from his war injuries.
- Death of a Hospital: Chicago veterans remain impassioned over the closure of a downtown VA hospital. By Jeff Stoffer.
- A Flag, a Poem and a Lesson in Freedom: No American should have to tolerate the burning of Old Glory. By Miguel Pérez.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Big Issues
- Rapid Fire
- Parting Shots
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