The American Legion [Volume 147, No. 6 (December 1999)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Lance To Congress: Keep Health Care Promises: Broken promises have a common link with military recruitment problems by John B. Raughter
- Bill Bennett On Christmas: The best-selling author reflects on American traditions and values by Steve Brown
- National Missile Defense: An Insurance Policy For The Future: As the missile threat grows, America must act now to develop a defense system by James H. Anderson
- Olympian Rattles On: Peggy Fleming tallies another victory, this time against breast cancer by Phyllis Zauner
- Learning Human Relations From Geese: Take a gander at a gaggle in "V" formation by Charles Dickson, Ph.D.
- Music For The Years: Empire Statesmen face the music in drum and bugle corps competition by Mark Faram
- Looking Back The Hard Way: Christmas is a time for family and friends, and recollecting the attack on Pearl Harbor by Peter B. Rose
- Big Issues: Should U.S. troops be under U.N. command?
- Commander's Message
- Washington Watch
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Cover: Special deliveries of peace and goodwill are The American Legion's wish for the holiday season to Legionnaires around the world. Illustration by John Maggard
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