The American Legion [Volume 136, No. 3 (March 1994)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- POW/MIAs: The Suffering and the Secrecy: Three stories of courageous families and politicians manipulations by Mark Sauter and Jim Sanders
- Riding the Info Express: Here's how "telecomputing" will change our daily lives, explains technology guru George Gilder
- The Threats of China's Expanding Power: As China's economy grows, so does its desire to become the dominant Far East power by Brian Crozier
- Check Fraud: Techno-bandits steal your good name to rob banks and businesses by Murbarak S. Dahir
- Lock Out: The Panamanians will control the canal in five years. Can they handle it? by William Matthews
- Diamond Days in Minneapolis: The Legion's 75th anniversary celebrations peak at this year's National Convention
- Believe-it-or-Not Scholarships: Unusual, offbeat or specialized aid can ease the burden of college costs by Hal Morris
- Big Issues: Should Congress ban campaign contributions by political action committees?
- Veterans Update
- Commander's Message
- Your American Legion
- Parting Shots
- Washington Watch
- Legion News
- Cover: The United States withheld information from Jane Duke Gaylor about her MIA son Charles Duke. She and other POW/MIA family members search for the truth despite the government's runaround. See page 18. Photograph by Charlie Riedel.
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