The American Legion [Volume 163, No. 3 (September 2007)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- Failing Grades: The radicalism and political indoctrination of college campuses are creeping into U.S. public schools. By Alan W. Dowd.
- Heroes to Hometowns: Legionnaires and wounded soldiers find each other on a two-way street leading home. By Steve Brooks and James V. Carroll.
- The War That Changed the World: A D-Day survivor, a Higgins Boat driver, an Army nurse and others share their memories of history’s greatest conflict. By Matt Grills.
- "Emotional Archaeology": Filmmaker Ken Burns tells the story of World War II not from the perspective of generals and politicians but the small-town Americans who fought and won it. Interview by Matt Grills.
- The Michael Peterson Project: A country musician sings with patriotic passion and a desire to build interest in The American Legion. Interview by Steve Brooks.
- The Enemy’s Ingredients: Terrorists are the product of alienation and spiritual emptiness, not mass poverty. By Richard Miniter.
- The Slow Road to Recovery: Two years after the devastating hurricane season of 2005, Gulf Coast veterans persevere. By James V. Carroll.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Big Issues
- Rapid Fire
- Parting Shots
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