The American Legion [Volume 136, No. 6 (June 1994)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Where Flag Day was Born: Take a trip to the town where this 109-year-old tradition began by Ray Mahon
- Polluting the Heavens: Dangerous, man-made debris threatens future space missions by Lance Frazer
- Plugging Kids Into Computers: Personal computers are changing the way teens and even toddlers learn by Gurney Williams, III
- How America Devalues Religion: The government and press have trivialized religion, says Yale law school professor Stephen Carter
- The Longest Day: On June 6, 1944, D-Day, the largest armada in history put the Allies on the road to VE-Day by Sid Moody
- Possessed! Why is America's self-help craze convincing ordinary people they're haunted by demons? by Steve Salerno
- The Writing of the GI Bill: One of the nation's greatest pieces of social legislation was drafted by The American Legion
- Big Issues: Should Congress pass a "Three-Strikes-and-Out " law against criminals?
- Veterans Update
- Home Shopper
- Commander's Message
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Washington Watch
- Cover: Training toddlers on computers prepares them for a 21st century economy in which information technology, not manufacturing, will offer the most jobs. Plug into page 23 to download more information about kids and computers. Photograph by Comstock.
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