The American Legion [Volume 150, No. 1 (January 2001)]
|dc.contributor.author||American Legion. National Headquarters||en_US|
|dc.description.tableofcontents||Models Of War: Military scenes are immortalized in plastic by Ron Hyink -- The Rocky Road To Mars: Technical and scientific hurdles stand in the way of mankind's next giant leap by James Oberg -- Moon vs. Mars (interview): Lunar astronaut Charlie Duke wishes he could go to the Red Planet -- The Road To Better Education: School vouchers could blast the United States out of its learning rut by Armstrong Williams -- Special Delivery: Prejudice didn't keep Charity Adams Barley from getting mail to the front lines in World War II by Julie A. Rhoad -- They Served Twice: Thousands of veterans survived World War II only to go to war again in Korea by Jay Stuller -- Big Issues: Is hate-crimes legislation necessary? -- Vetvoice -- Commander's Message -- Washington Watch -- Veterans Update -- Legion News -- Comrades -- Parting Shots -- Cover: Astronauts are depicted exploring Mars during a future manned mission to Earth's neighboring planet. Illustration by Paul DiMare||en_US|
|dc.title||The American Legion [Volume 150, No. 1 (January 2001)]||en_US|
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