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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2: Section 20.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In her undated letter to the United Nations, Suu Kyi distinguishes between
(a) The tyrrany of an oppressive regime and the will of the people.
(b) A single party political system and a multi-party political system.
(c) Human rights and political rights.
(d) Rule of law and law and order.
2. People who have suffered from a bad government should be preoccupied with......?
(a) The theories of good government.
(c) Political philosophies.
(d) Reforming government.
3. What impact did the British occupation have on the Burmese language groups?
(a) Very little, they remained distinct.
(b) Many of the languages became Anglified with the introduction of English words and phrases.
(c) Somewhat, some of the languages blended together.
(d) Significant, some of the languages were lost after British occupation.
4. When does law and order gain intrinsic value?
(a) When law is enforced.
(b) When law is followed by all.
(c) When law is created by men with morals and integrity.
(d) When law is equated with justice and order.
5. According to Aung San Suu Kyi, when did the western influence on Burmese language and literature become evident?
(a) During the middle part of the nineteenth century.
(b) During the latter part of the nineteenth century.
(c) During the beginning of the twentieth century.
(d) During the middle part of the twentieth century.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Suu Kyi's opinion, what has oppression done to the people of Burma?
2. How did the British attempt to pacify the Burmese people during their rule?
3. What landmark is in the region of Burma where the disintegration of British rule was felt?
4. According to Suu Kyi, what is the Burmese government attempting to do in 1988?
5. Suu Kyi states in her speech at the Shwedagon Pagoda in Rangoon on 26 August 1988 that people should so which of the following?
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