Mornings on Horseback Topics for Discussion

David McCullough
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Compare and contrast Theodore Sr. and Theodore Jr. What traits do you think Theodore Jr. learned from his father? How were they different?

Describe Theodore's life at Harvard University. What important events happened to him while he was there? How did he change?

Discuss Bamie's role within the Roosevelt family. Why do you think she filled this particular role?

Compare and contrast Theodore and Elliott. Why do you think the two brothers ended up with such different lives?

How did Teedie's asthma affect his life? What impact did it have on the family?

Discuss how and why Theodore Jr. became involved in politics. What made him a good politician?

Discuss Theodore's development from a child into becoming President. What events and aspects of his childhood influenced and shaped him?

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