The American Legion [Volume 159, No. 4 (October 2005)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- A Slippery Slope: The Alaska pipeline slows as domestic oil developers await the ANWR effect. By Mike Coppock.
- True Believer: The American Legion’s ﬁrst national commander from Colorado sets the membership bar at 3 million. By Matt Grills.
- The Lost Art of Land War: America’s fondness for air power puts our ground forces at a disadvantage. By Ret. Maj. Gen. Robert H. Scales.
- The Python in the Kremlin: Vladimir Putin tightens his grip on the Russian people, crushing those who oppose him. By Frank J. Gaffney Jr.
- The Privatization Problem: Study ﬁnds VA health-care costs would soar under a voucher system. Interview by Jeff Stoffer.
- Boots on the Ground: History shows that wartime footwear is forever on the march. By Dan Allsup.
- Revolutionary Déjà Vu: Castro and Chávez conspire to revive ’60s-style movements across Latin America. By Paul Crespo.
- Vet Voice
- Big Issues
- Rapid Fire
- Parting Shots
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