Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister Quiz | Eight Week Quiz G

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter Ten, Making Democracy Work and Afterward.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. After her sister's wedding, Benazir wrote a letter to _______, who had tried to see her on the order of the U.S. Government.
(a) Zia.
(b) Bhutto.
(c) Reagan.
(d) Galbraith.

2. Bhutto also had to deal with a national illiteracy rate of _______ made more problematic by Muslim men and religious leaders' opposition to education for women.
(a) 74%.
(b) 65%.
(c) 40%.
(d) 35%.

3. Benazir's brother Mir now lived in Switzerland and had a daughter named ______.
(a) Nusrat.
(b) Rehana.
(c) Zia.
(d) Fathi.

4. After Benazir's mother left for treatment, Benazir was placed under house arrest in _______ for another 14 months.
(a) Larkana.
(b) Islamabad.
(c) Karachi.
(d) Murree.

5. Benazir decided to travel to the city where crops were damaged accompanied by her _______.
(a) Mother.
(b) Sister.
(c) Grandfather.
(d) Brother.

Short Answer Questions

1. The constitution of 1973 in Pakistan made it legal for _______ to run for high office.

2. Bhutto was also opposed by ______, the president, who had ties to the former military regime.

3. According to the book, East Pakistan would eventually become an independent country called ________.

4. On July 7, 1977, Brigadier General _______ led the army to stage a coup against Benazir's father.

5. During the meeting at the United Nations, Benazir's father asked her to meet him in ________ and watch Security Council disputes.

(see the answer key)

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