The American Legion Magazine [Volume 72, No. 4 (April 1962)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Cover by Walter Richards
- Seattle's Look at the Future: Century 21, a great new World's Fair, previews the years ahead
- The Mystery of the Lost Patrol: Five planes disappeared without trace on a peacetime flight by Allan W. Eckert
- The Big Issue-Pro and Con Arguments on the Question: Should the U.S. Lower its Trade Barriers?
- Bigotry Abroad: Intolerance is international in scope, not just a western failing by Robert Rienow
- Hollywood's Shooting Star: Redwing is a marksman who just can't miss by Bob Willett
- Studying Communism in Louisiana Schools: An adventure in public education by Shelby Jackson
- Shopping for Money: How to get the best deal when you need credit by Mark West
- They Drove Me Out of My Job: Pity the poor professor of applied automobile driving by Robert Scott
- News of The American Legion
- Editor's Corner
- You Said It!
- Rod & Gun Club
- Briefly About Books
- Legion Shopper
- Parting Shots
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