The American Legion [Volume 151, No. 1 (July 2001)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Courage v. Civility: In their efforts to be seen as tolerant and nonjudgmental, active citizens can become cowards by Clarence Thomas
- The Fight For Moral Rights: Undaunted by gay-rights groups and other critics, the Boy Scouts stand their ground by Edwin Meese III
- The Children's Story: When we fail to explain the gift of freedom to the next generation, it can be lost in 25 minutes by James Clavell
- New Bank Partner Helps Vets, Kids: First National Bank Omaha benefits Legion youth programs while offering smart investments By George A. Buskirk Jr.
- Preventing Armageddon: With nuclear and biological threats waiting in the wings, the time for missile defense has come by Philip c. Clarke
- Searching For Dad: The American World War II Orphans Network comforts those whose fathers didn't come home by Matt Grills
- Saving Social Security: For workers and retired seniors alike, privatization promises to be the best solution by Dan Mitchell
- "Dean" Of NEC Passes Away At 88: E. Roy Stone leaves behind a remarkable legacy of serving The American Legion
- Big Issues: Do you support more base closures now?
- Commander's Message
- Veterans Health
- Legion News
- Washington Watch
- Veterans Update
- Parting Shots
- Cover: With reverence and respect, a Boy Scout folds a flag. Under fire for a policy that prevents homosexuals from serving as Scoutmasters, the Boy Scouts are weathering vicious propaganda and a loss of financial support. See Page 14. Tony Stone photo
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