The American Legion [Volume 140, No. 2 (February 1996)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Global Organized Crime: The Mafia is on the run, but gangsters from overseas may prove even more dangerous by Robert McGarvey
- Policy Review: The role of sports in modern society, as viewed by one of the NFL's top executives
- Boardroom Battlefields: Big business turns to Patton for lessons in strategy
- The $60,000 Cat: More and more, homeowners associations are telling residents how to live by Susan Katz Keating
- You've Come a Long Way, Maybe: VA is doing a better job of treating women veterans. But is it enough? by Chandra M. Czape
- We'll Be Back: Our flag will be protected, and the fight will continue by Joe Stuteville
- Big Issues: Should Congress increase the minimum wage?
- Commander's Message
- On Duty
- Veterans Update
- Parting Shots
- Washington Watch
- Legion News
- Cover: The bad guys replacing the Mafia are challenging law enforcement and don't care if innocent people die along the way. See page 16. Illustration by William Cigliano.
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