The American Legion Magazine [Volume 40, No. 11 (November 1946)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Cover Drawing by Bill O'Brian
- Get What You Vote For: A practical suggestion for keeping tabs on your Congressman and Senators by Kent Cooper
- Tumbleweed (fiction): The Taylor Stage Line was jinxed and needed a man who'd take a chance by Barry Cord
- Mr. Chief Justice: A veteran of WWI and a Legionaire is Chief Justice Fred Vinson by Richard Seelye Jones
- Time to Balance Your Books: If you left debts behind when you went into service by Clarence Woodbury
- Good for 1,000 Years: Inside Washington with a group of Boys' Staters by Boyd B. Stutler
- The BIG War and Me: They didn't seem to want heroes from WW1 and WW2 by Fibber McGee
- Play by Play (fiction): There are some angles a murderer never figures by Russell Collins
- The $100,000,000 Football Robbery: A personality piece about animals well equipped to outsmart hunters by Shirley Povich
- American Legion College for Leaders: The American Legion inaugurates another training program by Joseph C. Keeley
- The Editors' Corner
- Sound Off!
- Sports Varieties
- Parting Shots
Please note that this printing of the November 1946 magazine was printed with the May 1946 magazine cover. Original November 1946 cover is included for reference.
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