The American Legion [Volume 126, No. 4 (April 1989)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
MetadataShow full item record
Table of Contents
- Cover: Castro's Drug Connection by William V Cigliano
- Do We have the Will to Prevail?: No Nation Is Wise Enough to Lead the Free World, but the United States Has Been Destined to Accept That Burden by Ernest W Lefever
- The Drug War Turns Global: "God Help Us, If We Lost This Battle"
- The Cuban Drug Connection: Castro Is Serving with Distinction in the Soviet Drug War Against the United States by Max Primorac
- Salaries in America: Best-Paying Jobs of the 1990s by Phyllis Zauner
- Man's Assault on Nature: The Acid Raid Debate Provokes "Regional Trench Warfare" in Congress by Jay Stuller
- Battle Report: Heroes of the High Seas: Marked Men in Thankless Jobs, WWII Merchant Seamen Measured Up Each Time They Shipped Out by James N Sites
- Is Our Tax System Fair?: "The Just Man Will Pay More and the Unjust Less" by John Hanly Adams
- Legion Fires Back at Critics of Vietnam Veteran's Study: The Centers for Disease Control Has a Vested Interest in Disproving the Legion Study, Says Nat'l Cmdr. H F "Sparky" Gierke
- Recruiting the Old-Fashioned Way: Top Legion Recruiters Reveal How They Get New Members
- Vets Call It Home: Pennsylvania Legionnaires Provide a New Beginning for Homeless Veterans
- Big Issues: Should Congress Repeal the Catastrophic Coverage Act?
- Commander's Message
- Your American Legion
- Veterans Update
- Veterans Alert
- Parting Shots
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.