The American Legion Weekly [Volume 2, No. 27 (July 30, 1920)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Where Are the Heroes?
- The Same Old Thing: A Seasoned Observer Discusses what He Considers the Weaknesses of Our Present National Political Convention Process by William Slavens McNutt
- So This Is America! The Story of the French Bride of a Yankee Soldier, Part IV
- Discovered: the Meanest Crime An Apparently Well-organized Conspiracy to Fleece Disabled Soldiers Out of Their Compensation is Unearthed at Washington by Walter J. Wood
- The Birth of a Battle-cry by John A. Level
- Improving the Infantry
- Nine Mascots In -Who Says Ten?
- The New Legislative Chairman
- Bursts and Duds
- The Observation Post conducted by Lemuel Bolles, National Adjutant
- The Voice of the Legion
- The Legion Library
- Roll Call
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