The American Legion Magazine [Volume 53, No. 2 (August 1952)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Cover Design by Albert Staehle
- A Little Privacy (Fiction): Our Hero Found He Couldn't Get Along Without People by W. F. Miksch
- Should We Keep Propping Up Tito? The Dilemma We Face In Yugoslavia by Ivan Franges
- Baseball's Hall Of Blame: Some Of The Classic Boners Of The Diamond by Ernie Harwell
- Are We Giving Our GI's Inferior Weapons? Our Production Genius Doesn't Seem To Be Paying Off by Robert Wood Johnson
- You Are Invited To The National Convention: How To Have A Great Time In The World's Greatest City by Boyd B. Stutler
- Let's Look At Our Foundations: Why Congress Is Becoming Concerned Over A Scandalous Situation by William Fulton
- Parties With A Purpose: The Things They Do To Get Publicity! by Tom Mahoney
- The Common Tummy-Ache: The Trouble May Come When You Try To Cure It by George H. Waltz, Jr.
- Let's Go Western! These Legionnaires Are Real Jersey Cowboys by Joseph by Pearman
- The National Legionnaire
- Sound Off!
- Editor's Corner
- Products Parade
- Rod And Gun Club
- Parting Shots
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