The American Legion [Volume 139, No. 2 (August 1995)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- History Upheld: The Enola Gay deserves better than the National Air and Space Museum! by Herman G. Harrington
- He Gave Em Hell: A revealing interview with President Harry S. Truman by Philip C. Clarke
- The Manhattan Project: the making of the most fearsome weapon known to man by Sid Moody
- Birth of a Bomb: from the invisible atom to the end of World War II
- Welcome to Oddball U.: Get a new spin on higher education by Phyllis Zauner
- Going the Second Mile: You'll never wear the stars without making that extra effort by John F. Flanagan, Jr.
- Special Section: Foreign Policy
- Do We Have One? Why our country's "push me/pull me" diplomacy isn't working by Elliott Abrams
- What Did We Win in the Gulf? Despite what pundits say, Desert Storm fulfilled its goals by Brian Crozier
- Do Americans Expect Bloodless Victory? Recent campaigns have gone so well, we may have an unrealistic view of war by Gonzalo I. Vergara
- Big Issues: Should Congress end affirmative action?
- Your American Legion
- Commander's Message
- Veterans Update
- Parting Shots
- Washington Watch
- Legion News
- Cover: The contrasting personalities of Dr. Robert Oppenheimer and Brig. Gen. Leslie Groves guided America's top-secret mission to build an atomic bomb. See page 30. Illustration by David Beck.
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