The American Legion [Volume 136, No. 4 (April 1994)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- New Rx for the 1990s: Alternative Medicine: New treatments may cost less than traditional medicine by Steve Salerno
- Russia's Loose Cannons: America still needs to be on guard because of Russia's huge nuclear arsenal by Robert McGarvey
- Third World America: Our country has been losing a worldwide economic war, says an international affairs expert
- Politically Correct or Else: Thought police patrol the workplace, our schools, and may even control our future by Kathy Egan
- A Campus Correctness Crusade: Even on college campuses, old, innocently adopted symbols are now seen as racist or sexist by Frank Bentayou
- The Freedom of Truth: There are beliefs that maim America, and there are truths that make her free by George Roche
- Big Issues: Should Congress set high taxes on cigarettes to fund new health programs?
- Your American Legion
- Commander's Message
- Veterans Update
- Parting Shots
- Washington Watch
- Legion News
- Cover: Patients and insurance companies are seeking other ways, such as electrolysis and acupuncture, to treat ailments. See page 22. Photograph by H. Armstrong Roberts Inc.
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