Killing Lincoln (book, Martin Dugard)
Answer the related questions to the book. Your answers should be well explained and clear.
1. As the book Killing Lincoln progresses, John Wilkes Booth’s attitudes toward Northern aggression, Southern succession, Presidential kidnapping and assassination, and familial and marital relationships all seem to morph. How so. Be certain to use examples.
2. In the book Killing Lincoln, there are a number of strong women. Discuss four of them and how they impacted history.
3. From reading Killing Lincoln, we learn a great deal about the machinations of the final days of the Civil War. Discuss three strategic moves in particular that had a significant outcome on the end of the War.
4. Had just a handful of events in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln gone differently, Booth might have escaped. Discuss at least two.
5. There is a good deal of discussion of a conspiracy in the later pages of Killing Lincoln. As best as you can surmise, who is implicated and why?
6. The professional and personal life of Ulysses S. Grant is discussed at length in Killing Lincoln. Discuss his evolution as a character in the book from beginning to end.
|Due By (Pacific Time)
||03/28/2013 12:00 am