The Man Who Wasn't Charles Lindbergh

You've heard of Charles A. Lindbergh, the first pilot to cross the Atlantic. But what about Charles A. Levine?  The two men shared more than the same initials. In 1927, they were locked in a battle to make aviation history.  Lindbergh beat Levine across the Atlantic by two weeks.  Henry Sapoznik brings us the story of two planes, two songs, and two men named Charles.