Another famous flier, who lost radio contact and ulimately her life -- Amelia Earhart, vanished more than 70 years ago; but she never really disappeared from culture or consciousness. Historian Susan Ware says that’s because our image of her remains frozen in time as a brave, intelligent pioneering woman.
As the new biopic “Amelia” hit theaters, the author of “Still Missing: Amelia Earhart And The Search For Modern Feminism" discusses Earhart’s enduring appeal.
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