The American Legion [Volume 160, No. 6 (June 2006)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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Table of Contents
- When Heroes Come Home Hurt: The Legion, the Pentagon and local communities must reach out to a new generation of severely wounded veterans. By James V. Carroll.
- All the King’s Houses: An effort to seize Supreme Court Justice David Souter’s property by the power of eminent domain may not have worked, but it shed light on a problem “50 years in the making.” By Jeff Stoffer.
- Evo−lution: Bolivia’s new leader scores another victory for Latin America’s anti-democratic movement. By Michael Radu.
- To Save the Stars and Stripes
- Flag Protection Is, In Fact, a "Voting Issue": We must vindicate the principle of popular sovereignty by acting on it at the ballot box. By Richard D. Parker.
- All It Takes Is One Vote to Rescue Our Flag: The Court erred when it classiﬁed ﬂag desecration as “free speech.” By Maj. Gen. Patrick H. Brady (USA ret.).
- The U.S. Congress Is Duty-Bound to Pass the Flag Amendment: The ultimate authority on the Constitution is “we the people.” By Stephen B. Presser.
- It’s Not Personal, It’s Politics: So your elected representative doesn’t return calls? Join the crowd. By Ben Stein.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Big Issues
- Rapid Fire
- Parting Shots
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