Bob Edwards talks to A. Scott Berg about his new biography of Charles Lindbergh. They discuss Lindbergh's accomplishments and his opposition to U.S. entry into World War II. Berg also explains the trouble Lindbergh got into because of his 1941 remarks about Jews. The book reveals Lindbergh as a multi-dimensional man, who was much more than a world famous aviator. He made valuable contributions to the fields of medicine, archeology, anthropology, and ecology.