Letters: Apr. 9, 1928

Coolidge & Lindbergh


Congressmen have flown—and Congresswomen. Cabinet members have flown. Governors fly. Great generals, admirals, bankers and philanthropists fly. The President of Germany flies. Why doesn't Calvin Coolidge go up? Our leader should fly with Lindbergh! Perhaps he thinks it would be too great a loss to the country if he crashed fatally. I think it would be a great loss, but President Coolidge pointed out himself that there are plenty of big men to take his place. As a matter of fact, if Coolidge flew with Lindbergh and they crashed, the...

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