Charles A. Lindbergh: A Human Hero Topics for Discussion

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1. Lindbergh was a barnstormer in his early twenties. What did this entail? Are there barnstormers today?

2. Recount Lindbergh's historic journey from New York to Paris. Describe the plane and trace the route Lindbergh followed.

3. The two most important women in Lindbergh's life were his mother and his wife. Explain how he treated each one and what he expected from them.

4. What was Lindbergh's reaction to the kidnaping of his son? What responsibility did he give the press?

5. Explain why Lindbergh admired the Germans. Why did he dislike the Soviet Union?

6. What drew Lindbergh into the America First organization? How did he use the press to get his organization's views known?

7. Why was Lindbergh drawn to the environmental effort? What were his contributions to world conservation?

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