Was Charles Lindbergh a Man Who Got Away?
by Lise Pearlman
A new book reexamines the possible role of Charles Lindbergh himself in the 1932 kidnapping of his son, once the "crime of the century."
SOURCE: New York Review of Books
When Is a Nazi Salute Not a Nazi Salute?
by Matt Seaton
A controversy has unfolded about a stock image caption which suggests Senator Burton K. Wheeler gave a Nazi salute at a 1941 America First Rally.
‘The Plot Against America’ is Truer than even Philip Roth Knew
by PJ Grisar
Not that long ago, America welcomed its first Nazis.
What Are We to Make of Charles Lindbergh?
by Robert Huddleston
A review of Dan Hampton’s “The Flight” and Lynn Olson’s “Those Angry Days.”
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