The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt Topics for Discussion

Blanche Wiesen Cook
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How did Eleanor's upbringing affect her performance as a housekeeper and mother?

How did Eleanor become interested in politics? What were her views concerning the role of a wife?

Why was Eleanor troubled about becoming the First Lady? What were some of her concerns?

How did Eleanor view her role as First Lady?

Explain how Eleanor developed her independence during her marriage.

Discuss Eleanor's views on her role at the United Nations.

Why did Eleanor consider international travel to be important? What perspective did she feel Americans should have?

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