The American Legion [Volume 141, No. 1 (July 1996)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Infamous Artists: Even 8-year-olds know the difference between art and flag desecration by Joe Stuteville
- See You In Salt Lake: The latest news about our upcoming National Convention by Trent D. McNeeley
- Positive Force For Change: The Legion unveils its plan to save VA health care at the 1996 Spring Meetings
- Who Are Our Heroes? America is looking for a few good men and women by Gary Turbak
- The Butcher Of Baghoad: He'll Be Back: We haven't seen the last of Saddam Hussein, says a former CIA director
- Oath Of Uncertainty: Do our GIs volunteer to serve the United States, the United Nations or both?
- Happy Birthday, America! Our nation isn't perfect, but it's the greatest country in the world by Eugene "Red" McDaniel
- Big Issues: Should Congress reform environmental regulations?
- Commander's Message
- Washington Watch
- On Duty
- Veterans Update
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Cover: America needs heroes. We look to the Olympics to provide them. See Page 24. Illustration by Bill Vann/Medola Ltd.
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