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
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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.
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Not that long ago, America welcomed its first Nazis.
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A review of Dan Hampton’s “The Flight” and Lynn Olson’s “Those Angry Days.”
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