1. Determine what Kipling means by "the White Man's Burden." He is referring to the White Man's burden as Imperialism.
2. Does Kipling justify imperialism? He says that it is a power for man, a natural thing that may hapen, and could be better of worse.
3. Why might such a justification might be so appealing? Because he brings out points that makes the others feel good about what they did.