The American Legion [Volume 152, No. 5 (May 2002)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- 10,000 Commandments: Congress must be held accountable for the rising cost of federal regulations by Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.
- The Middle-East Tightrope: The war on terror guarantees America's continued presence in one of the world's bloodiest regions by Ben Barber
- Schools of Hate: Religious madrassas teach Muslim children that America is Islam's chief nemesis by Ben Barber
- The Misunderstood Constitution: The founding fathers created a document that remains the entire world's envy by Balint Vazsonyi
- America Expelled: In classrooms across the country, our nation is treated as just another cultural option by William J. Bennett
- A World-Class City With Southern Charm: Charlotte, N.C., is teeming with attractions for Legionnaires attending the 84th National Convention by James V. Carroll
- Ordinary Heroes: Recipients of the Medal of Honor reflect on freedom, faith and duty
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message: Remember our new heroes
- Big Issues: Increased funding for the arts
- Living Well
- Washington Watch
- Legion News: Legion Riders join Rolling Thunder, memorial for a heroic chaplain and Blue Star Banners on Capitol Hill.
- Parting Shots
- Cover: Maj. John McCrae of the Canadian Army is best known for his famous war poem "In Flanders Fields, "written following the death of a friend during the 1915 battle in the Ypres salient. McCrae composed the poem while sitting in the back of an ambulance, looking out on a nearby cemetery filled with wild poppies. Mark Tomalty/Masterfile
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