The American Legion Weekly [Volume 2, No. 17 (May 21, 1920)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Tell Congress Not To Block The Real Issue by Franklin D'Olier, National Commander
- In Reply to George: The Legion Answers the Illinois Comrade Who Thought that "Perhaps He Had Made a Mistake in Signing Up"
- The Funny Side of a Tremendous Handicap: A Man Blinded in the Service Proves that a "Blink" Can See a Joke as Well as Anybody by F. Raymond Pyle
- Sherlock Schultz of Luxembourg by Robert J. Casey
- "Home, James," at a Cent a Mile Disabled Men Still in Hospitals Soon Will Be Enjoying Week-Ends with the Folks at War-time Travel Rates
- A Snare in the Legion's Path: Beneficial Legislation Opponents in Congress Try to Kill Program by Controversy over Means of Raising Money by J.W. Rixey Smith
- Who's Your Post Mascot?
- The Editorial P.C. Policies-Not Politics
- Bursts and Duds
- The Week in the Legion
- Missing Men
- From Our Associate Editors
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