Letters: May 21, 1928

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Sirs:

Let me in my humble capacity as a male, second the splendid suggestion of Mrs. Roy L. Fillmore (TIME, April 23) that "our great-souled President" should fly with Charles August Lindbergh. What a majestic inspiration! What headlines it would make in the newspapers! The whole country would throb with emotional excitement! The Lone Eagle and Silent Cal lost in the infinity of space! It is an appropriate subject for a national anthem or a Republican platform. I never understood why President Coolidge was slighted when Lindbergh was taking up Congress and...

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