The American Legion [Volume 153, No. 4 (October 2002)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Disabled Veterans Deserve Fairness: The battle rages in Congress for concurrent receipt of disability and retirement pay by Sen. Bob Smith, R-N.H.
- The Accounting Apocalypse American investors demand a return of integrity to restore confidence in the market by Dominick Peruso and Patricia Weaver
- How to Build Your Nest Egg: Whether in boom times or dog days, those with sound financial blueprints come out ahead by Lou Dobbs
- Unauthorized Authority: U.S. servicemembers constitutional rights carry no weight in the International Criminal Court by Susan Katz Keating
- For the Veteran: National Commander Ron Conley has the heart of the Legion when it comes to serving those who served by Matt Grills
- No Time for Timidity: America's war on terror must be a prism through which every global affair is considered by Alan W. Dowd
- Stolen Identities: The nation's fastest-growing crime targets military personnel and veterans by Gary Turbak
- A Legion Legend Passes: The Hon. Dan Foley was a mentor and champion to Legionnaires
- Vet Voice
- Big Issues: Mandatory vote on judicial picks?
- Under the Radar
- Living Well
- Washington Watch
- Legion News: JROTC,VA enrollment, keeping God in the pledge and Legion prescription discounts
- Parting Shots
- Cover: Justice entered a new era of uncertainty when the International Criminal Court, ratified by more than 60 nations, was born. Comstock
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