The American Legion Magazine [Volume 72, No. 1 (January 1962)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Cover by George Kanelous
- A Calendar for Legionnaires: To Remind You of the Big Days in the Year Ahead
- Communist Party, U.S.A.: To Give You a Better Understanding of the Conspiracy
- Wingate's "Broadway" Commandos: The Japanese Did Not Realize How Much Power Was in the Jungle Drop by James Warner Bellah
- The Big Issue - Pro & Con Arguments on the Question: Should the U.S. Break Relations with the U.S.S.R.?
- Does Basketball Doom the Little Man?: The Answer Is No, and this Article Tells Why by Edward Prell
- Senator Fulbright: The Man and the Memo: Concerning a Controversial Paper and the Man Who Wrote It by Irene Corbally Kuhn
- Doctors Vs. Patients: An Airing of Grievances on Both Sides of the Shingle by Ann Cutler
- Strength and Unity Mean Peace: The Legion's Position on National Security by Natl. Cmdr. Charles L. Bacon
- News of the American Legion
- Editor's Corner
- You Said It!
- Briefly About Books
- Rod & Gun Club
- Legion Shopper
- Parting Shots
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