Charles A. Lindbergh and the American Dilemma: The Conflict of Technology and Human Values.
Gray, Susan M.

Bowling Green: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1988. First edition. Very good octavo hardcover in very good dust jacket. Light wear and rubbing to the edges of the boards with bumping to the head and heel of the spine. The dj has light wear along the edges with minor scuffing to the covers. Work appears to be signed by the author on the title page. 128 pages with endnotes, bibliography, and index. "Throughout his life, Lindbergh's value structure, interests, and activities shifted and moved between a conflict between instinct and intellect. Both its presence in his life and his readjustment of values in accordance with it are representative of the time and culture in which he lived. Although his personality contained and was constantly affected by the oppositions of the dialectic, his adherence to one element or the other varied. He moved, with the twentieth century itself, from a faith in technology to a disenchantment with it and finally to a balanced resolution which synthesized the seeming oppositions of technology and the human spirit." (dj blurb). Very Good in Very Good dust jacket Hardcover (Item ID: 14005)

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