Reader's Digest publishes an article by Charles Lindbergh entitled "Aviation, Geography, and Race." In it, Lindbergh argues that aviation can be used as a means for uniting the white race all around the world, but that to achieve this it must be denied to non-whites.
This will ensure that aviation becomes a
"barrier between the teeming millions of Asia and the Grecian inheritance of Europe — one of those priceless possessions which permit the White race to live at all in a pressing sea of Yellow, Black, and Brown."
This racism appears to constitute the basis for Charles Lindbergh's support of Nazi Germany and opposition to America entering the war in Europe on the side of Britain. Lindbergh believes that it would be a disaster for whites to fight against each other because race is more important than political ideology.