The American Legion [Volume 154, No. 4 (April 2003)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- The Reality of Cyberterrorism: Future attacks on American interests may come in the form of cyberterrorism, resulting in massively polluted water supplies, regional power outages, financial collapse and communications blackouts. By Winn Schwartau.
- The New NATO: Facing the threats of terrorism and weapons of mass destruction, the alliance invites Eastern European nations into the fold as it ponders strategies in the post-Cold War era. By Alan W.Dowd.
- Designing Men: As politicians debate the moral and legal issues of cloning, science marches full speed ahead into a field where no consensus exists. By Jay Stuller.
- "Rope-a-Dope in the Desert": Disarming Iraq is critical for America’s efforts in the war on terrorism and for stability in the region. By Paul Wolfowitz.
- Academia vs. America: Our nation’s colleges and universities keep proving they are anything but diverse, instead promoting strict conformity. By Roger Kimball.
- Gateway to the West: After a half century, The American Legion returns to the city of blues, St. Louis, for the 85th National Convention. By James V.Carroll.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Living Well
- Big Issues
- Under the Radar
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
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