The American Legion [Volume 143, No. 5 (November 1997)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Lightning Strikes Twice: Florida's Sanford team wins a stormy American Legion World Series by Steve Salerno
- Foreign Policy Forum (interview): Foreign policy professionals ponder what works, and what doesn't
- Myths Of Dollar Diplomacy: Basically, says this observer, it costs less than we thought by Peter Schweizer
- Battlefield Sketchbook: The art of Sven Ohrvel Carlson, an infantryman and his war, drawn together
- It's Happening On Your Own Front Lawn: Who's standing between loved homes and war's desolation? by Robert J. Fallon
- "I Love Old Glory" Exuberant, patriotic, confident Legionnaires attend to business in Orlando
- Resolutions: For the good of the nation, the Legion resolves. . .
- In The Spotlight: Awards! Guests! Speeches! Meetings! And things to come!
- Meet Your Leaders: Here are the folks we've elected and selected for 1998
- Big Issues: Is a Constitutional Amendment Needed to Guarantee Religious Liberty?
- Washington Watch
- Veterans Update
- Commander's Message
- Your American Legion
- On Duty
- Parting Shots
- Cover: Veterans Day color guard. Photo by Art Stein.
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