The American Legion [Volume 141, No. 4 (October 1996)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- The Men Who Would Be President: Clinton and Dole respond to issues of concern to the Legion
- Hanging Tough In A Hostile World: The next commander-in-chief must be able to respond to worldwide threats by Bruce I. Gudmundsson
- The Wealth And Health Of Our Nation: The ups and downs of our economy the next president will face by Gordon Williams
- How Congress Voted On The Flag Amendment: Listing of how your lawmakers voted
- Prescription For Change: What the GI Bill of Health means for all veterans and their families
- Joseph J. Frank Elected National Commander: Meet a Vietnam veteran of combat engineering and a "go-to guy."
- Big Issues: Should Congress approve the school prayer amendment?
- Washington Watch
- On Duty
- Your American Legion
- Veterans Update
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Cover The political season is in full cry throughout the nation with the presidential candidates responding to questions on the issues on page 14. Art by Alex Murawskl/Gerald & Cullen Rapp, Inc.
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