Well forgive me then. I saw Harry Groener's politician character standing in for Lindbergh, but if that interpretation of the episode is somehow offtopic, I must be misunderstanding the title of the thread. Maybe I'm confusing it with "Demons".
I think Groener was way more like the folks mentioned up thread, Robert Byrd and Strom Thurmond, although many would argue that unlike Groener, Byrd and Thurmond never really changed their views -- they only covered them up.
But the immediate topic was the similarities or differences between human isolationist tendencies in Demons/Terre Prime and American isolationist tendencies, pre-WWII.