The American Legion [Volume 144, No. 5 (May 1998)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- The Washington Conference: The spotlight shines on the flag, veterans health care and jobs
- Why A Law Will Not Protect Old Glory: Two constitutional scholars explain why an amendment is the only legal remedy
- Cuckoos In The Court: Defendants medicalize their bad behavior and often walk free by Margaret A. Hagen
- Travels With Harley: Get your motors running, head out on the highway with America's best-known motorcycle by Brock Yates
- In Grateful Memory Of Those Who Served: Memorials and monuments remind us to never forget
- How's My Driving? Is "road rage" roaring down the fast lane and out of control? by Trent D. McNeeley
- Where Brave Souls Rest: A thoughtful stroll through West Point's cemetery by Jamie Malanowski
- Big Issues: Are Unilateral Sanctions Laws Useful?
- Commander's Message
- On Duty
- Washington Watch
- Your American Legion
- Legion News
- Veterans Update
- Parting Shots
- Cover: Old Glory Illustration by David Bowers.
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