The American Legion [Volume 137, No. 1 (July 1994)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Minneapolis: The Legion Shall Return: This year's Convention returns to the site of the first one, as the Legion celebrates 75 years of service to God and Country
- The Spirit of Liberty: Inspiring words for all Americans to ponder as we celebrate the Fourth of July by Learned Hand
- Taxing the Traveler: Hapless visitors are prey for cash-strapped states by Lawrence Tabak
- A Hard Look at the All-Volunteer Force: Today's military faces a disinterested administration and an apathetic public, says military manpower expert Charles Moskos
- Diary of an Ex-Junk Food Addict: Going on a diet obviously takes willpower, but it also can change your life forever by Larry Siegel
- What Went Wrong with Our Country? In three short decades, the America we love has radically changed for the worse by Gary Bauer
- Spring Meeting
- Legion's Battle Plan for a Flag Amendment: The NEC commits the Legion to a nationwide, grassroots campaign to ensure protection of the U.S. Flag
- How to Unclog VA's Backlog: The Legion offers a detailed proposal to reduce VA claims delays
- Big Issues: Should Congress set time limits on welfare benefits?
- Veterans Update
- Parting Shots
- Commander's Message
- Legion News
- Washington Watch
- Cover: Independence Day offers Americans another opportunity to pledge their faith in the glorious destiny of our great country. See page 14. Photograph by H. Armstrong Roberts.
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