Talking about Trump, Philip Roth notes that at least Charles Lindbergh had an ethos.
“Lindbergh, despite his Nazi sympathies and racist proclivities, was a great aviation hero who had displayed tremendous physical courage and aeronautical genius in crossing the Atlantic in 1927,” Roth notes. “He had character and he had substance and, ...
Philip Roth E-Mails on Trump
The New Yorker
They are ardent supporters of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, but, in Roth's reimagining, Roosevelt loses his bid for a third term to a surprise Republican candidate—the aviator Charles Lindbergh—whose victory upends not only politics in America but life ...
A Short History of 'America First'
But charges of anti-Semitism persisted, and were compounded with perhaps one of the most infamous speeches given by one of AFC's most famous spokesmen, Charles Lindbergh. In a speech in Des Moines, Iowa, on September 11, 1941, Lindbergh ...
Trump Vows Policy Vision Of 'America First,' Recalling Phrase's Controversial Past
But some of the group's leading lights also saw efforts to involve the U.S. against Nazi Germany as a plot led by the British and by "the Jewish races" — a phrase used by the AFC's most famous spokesman, Charles Lindbergh, the aviator-cum-national hero.