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So I considered giving the book just four stars, but, heck, it was a really good read!
Friedman offers a well-researched, balanced view that includes shortcomings as well as triumphs of these collaborators.
Paradoxically, if he had done this, he would also have exposed the true anti-Semitism lurking in the U.S. government.
Brig.Gen. Charles A. Lindbergh is, of course, most famous as a daring aviator, the first man to fly non-stop (and solo) from New York to Paris. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Arnold E. Bjorn
Very well written book about two of the most controversial men in modern history. Worth every page! Hard to stop reading.Published 7 months ago by Benny
Very well written. Very informative. I recomend this book very much. The scientific part of the book is very well wirtten and explained.Published 10 months ago by Mary Lisbeth Gonzalez
The author goes on a lot about philosophy, death, and fame, but I found the most interesting part of the book to the five or six chapters on Lindbergh's extensive contributions to... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Judah
This is the type of historical revisionism to be expected from the liberal/progressive establishment. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by stephen walker
Ok, I read the first half of the book with interest. I wondered where he got some of his facts but I more or less accepted them.
Then... Read more
50 years ago, before MTV, before rock & roll, and the Internet, America was captivated by individuals who actually accomplished great deeds. Read morePublished on July 12, 2010 by Newton Ooi
A must for the serious student of the case. Was recommended to me by an expert.Published on June 10, 2009 by Joseph G.