HEROES: Lindbergh Landing

For anyone with a sincere desire to keep out of the limelight, the advisability of making a solo flight from the U. S. to Europe is open to question. Whether, having made the first non-stop solo flight from the U. S. to Europe in 1927, Charles Augustus Lindbergh thereby justified the U. S. press in considering that his private life was public property is open to question also. Last week, the sad and puzzling problem of the No. 1 U. S. hero's relation to the No. 1 U. S. institution of hero-worship...

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