Many Americans were horrified by the hate campaign of the Jews, realizing that the Jews were determined to use American youths in their war against Germany. One who dared to oppose them was America's greatest living hero, Charles Lindbergh. Lindbergh's father, a Congressman during WW I, had his home broken into by federal agents and his books burned because he spoke out against the enactment of the Federal Reserve Act. In 1932 the Jews backing the Roosevelt campaign were terrified that Charles Lindbergh might decide to seek the office of President. Should this handsome blond hero, the most famous man in America; decide to run, the misshapen Roosevelt, crouching in his wheelchair, would not stand a chance. In March of 1932, Lindbergh's baby son was kidnapped and killed by ritual murder.