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Charles Lindbergh, 1936

In a series of correspondence following his 1936 German visit, Lindbergh hints for the first time at his contempt for democracy and his admiration for dictatorship, expressing an attitude that would seem to echo the opinions of his ideological mentor Alexis Carrel, who believed in "rule by elites."

American Axis - Ford and Lindbergh, p118
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What measures the rights of man or of a nation? Are we deluding ourselves when we attempt to run our governments by counting the number of heads, without a thought of what lies within them?