Charles A. Lindbergh: A Human Hero Social Sensitivity

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Giblin's biography relates not only the life of an American hero, but also positions that man in historical context. Through aptly placed and timed questions in his narrative, Giblin forces the reader to examine what motives pushed Lindbergh to make the choices he made.

The author does not defend Lindbergh for the anti-Jewish remarks in his writings and his America First speeches, but Giblin offers a likely explanation of how Lindbergh's mind worked. This well-focused volume touches on the power of the press, Lindbergh's use of the press, and his ultimate dislike of it.

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