The American Legion Magazine [Volume 72, No. 2 (February 1962)]
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Table of Contents
- Cover by Robert Geissmann
- The Red Wall: An Exciting Account of a Flight to Freedom in Berlin by James Wakefield Burke
- Poison in the Air: The Immediate Problem Is Not Radioactivity by Lester David
- The Big Issue- Pro and Con Arguments on the Question: Should the United States Take Unilateral Actions to Halt Communist Penetration of Latin America?
- An African Alamo: Out of Ammunition, the Angolans Awaited the End by Brig. Gen. Frank L. Howley
- A Subscriber Sounds Off: The Story Behind the Multi-Million Circulation Figures by W. F. Miksch
- How the Soviet Union Exploits Sports: The Aim Is to Prove that Ivan is Superman by John J. Karch
- How to Build Tomorrow's America: The National Commander Discusses Practical Americanism by Charles L. Bacon
- News of the American Legion
- Editor's Corner
- Your Said It!
- Briefly About Books
- Rod & Gun Club
- Legion Shopper
- Parting Shots
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