Chapter One, A Child Without Equal
• Benazir's father, Ali Bhutto, was a representative to the United Nations and his travels in the West convinced him that many Muslim laws were unfair to women.
• Nusrat, Benazir's mother refused to wear the burqa and was college educated.
• Benazir went to private Christian schools, often took care of her siblings and learned English, Sindhi, Persian, and Urdu.
• In 1965 Pakistan and India went to war in Murree which was where Benazir was going to school.
• Ali Bhutto organized a cease fire at the UN but quit his position when Kashmir was given back to Pakistan.
• At the end of high school, Benazir applied to Harvard.
Chapter Two, Heading for Harvard
• In 1969, Benazir was accepted to Harvard through the help of Ali's connections to the Galbraith family.
• Benazir majored in comparative government and struggled with homesickness and fitting into American culture.
• Benazir met...
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