The American Legion [Volume 163, No. 4 (October 2007)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- The Last Best Hope: In the shadow of the Virginia Tech shootings, America should remember that for every dark moment in our history, there are many more rays of light. By William J. Bennett.
- "Magic Medicine": VA’s National Veterans Creative Arts Festival helps patients use their muses to help them heal. By Steve Brooks.
- Southern Discomfort: Amnesty is no answer to America’s unresolved crisis on the border with Mexico. By James Jay Carafano.
- Terror’s Free Ride in Cyberspace: In the online battle for information dominance, the enemy is enjoying a troubling advantage. By Ken Olsen.
- The Transatlanticist: Unlike his predecessor, French President Nicolas Sarkozy is, without apology, a friend of America. By Alan W. Dowd.
- War on Film: The inaugural GI Film Festival in Washington celebrates the big-screen legacy and heroism of those who’ve served. By John Raughter.
- Sold on The American Legion: With decades of experience in military recruiting and sales, National Commander Marty Conatser is eager to grow the nation’s largest veterans organization. By Matt Grills.
- Vet Voice
- Big Issues
- Rapid Fire
- Parting Shots
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