Who Is Behind Lindbergh?

May 1941
New Republic;5/5/41, Vol. 104 Issue 18, p620
Focuses on Colonel Charles Lindbergh of the U.S. for his policies of defeatism and appeasement during the World War II. Apprehension that Lindbergh's utterances and actions advocate for Hitlerism for the U.S.; Inquiry into the social forces which can yield a substantial amount of popular support to any such movement as Lindbergh is accused of plotting; Exploitation of the frustration lying among the German people, by Adolf Hitler to propagate Nazism in that country; Aggravation of the problem in the U.S. due to the unfulfilment of lofty expectations which were aroused earlier.


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