The American Legion [Volume 144, No. 3 (March 1998)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Leading A Glorious Charge: National Commander Jordan sounds the bugle for the Show Your Colors, America! Campaign
- When Doughboys Dreams Dawned: The vision lives on, and so does one Legion founder
- Close To Home: There are reasons why assisted living is the fastest growing form of elder-care by Julie A. Rhoad
- An American Institution (interview): The Smithsonian Secretary talks about the Enola Gay controversy and other projects
- Blue-Cap Highway, Part 1: A road less traveled than some boasts as many fine folks as any by Layne Cameron
- The High Price Of Rip-Offs: In the case of Medicare, figure $63 million. . .a day
- Big Issues: Should Veterans' Voting Laws Be Revised?
- On Duty
- Washington Watch
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Cover: Show Your Colors, America! Logo by Roger Huyssen.
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