"The Man Who Was Almost Charles Lindbergh" on To the Best of Our Knowledge

Our latest segment of In Record Time, produced for the nationally-syndicated WPR program To the Best of Our Knowledge, features Mayrent Institute director Henry Sapoznik telling the curious story of Charles A. Levine, the first transatlantic passenger. Through a series of setbacks and poor business acumen, Levine missed his opportunity to write himself into the record books by a mere two weeks. Listen to his amazing, and frustrating, story at the link.

http://www.ttbook.org/book/man-who-was-almost-charles-lindbergh