The American Legion Magazine [Volume 61, No. 2 (August 1956)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Cover by George Kanilous
- Like a Parade?: Everybody Does, Especially These Supercolossal Productions
- Life in Red China: More Reasons Why Mao's Murderers Must Be Kept Out of the U.N.
- Boating Is for Everybody: Interest Is Going Up As Boat Prices Go Down by Stephen Porter
- What's Wrong With Education?: An Educator Insists That Things Are Made Too Easy by Haddon W. James, Ph.D.
- Can a Pennant Be Bought?: It Takes Something Besides Money by Al Hirshberg
- When You Can Get the Best Buys In Cars: Bargains Call for a Sense of Timing by Edgar A. Grunwald
- The Veterans Lady: Concerning The No. 1 Auxiliare, Mrs. Bowden D. Ward by Edward W. Atkinson
- Another Look at UNESCO: The National Commander States the Legion's Case by J. Addington Wagner
- News of the American Legion
- Sound Off!
- Personal Affairs
- Editor's Corner
- Rod and Gun Club
- Parting Shots
- About Books
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