The American Legion Magazine [Volume 62, No. 2 (February 1957)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Cover by H. C. McBarron, Jr.
- The Gettysburg Address
- The Cave: Death Seemed to Be the Only Way Out for These POW's by John Edgar Webb, Jr
- Why Trade Our American Birthright For a Mess . . . ?: Call It What You Will, Socialism Means Loss of Liberty by National Commander Dan Daniel
- Baseball by the Numbers: Calculating Machines Are Now a Fixture of Big League Ball by Duane Decker
- Russia's Angry Veterans: Once Hailed as Heroes, Red Army Vets Are Now a Persecuted Class by Vladimir Shabinsky
- Is There an Engineer In Your House?: How Your Son or Daughter May Fit Into the Scientific Future by Edgar A. Grunwald
- There's Only One Winner (Nukufetau): A Story of a Fight Over the Pacific by William J. Graham
- They Learn to Live: Tough Training Which Prepares Airmen for Emergencies by Irving Herschbein
- News of the American Legion
- Sound Off!
- Personal Affairs
- Editor's Corner
- Rod and Gun Club
- Parting Shots
- About Books
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