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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 3: Section 24.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Suu Kyi in her undated letter to the United Nations, for what offenses are political prisoners being held?
(a) For offenses that are a threat to the State.
(b) For flimsy offenses.
(c) For false offenses.
(d) For valid offenses.
2. For Aung San Suu Kyi, how will the forces that produce inequities be conquered?
(a) Through non-violent resistance.
(b) Through an international tribunal.
(c) Out of a spiritual revolution.
(d) By an uprising of the people.
3. When does law and order gain intrinsic value?
(a) When law is created by men with morals and integrity.
(b) When law is enforced.
(c) When law is followed by all.
(d) When law is equated with justice and order.
4. How did the Burmese initially view the Japanese?
(a) As oppressors.
(b) As liberators.
(c) As spies for the British.
(d) As allies.
5. Why was the disintegration of British rule felt more in this particular region of Burma?
(a) Because the people in that region had overthrown outside rule in its past.
(b) Because it was the center of British rule.
(c) There was a higher population density.
(d) Because it was too remote.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the purpose of the rally at the Shwedagon Pagoda in Rangoon on 26 August 1988?
2. Who influenced the Burmese in terms of philosophy?
3. Who were the leaders of the party that overthrew the Burmese government in 1962?
4. People who have suffered from a bad government should be preoccupied with......?
5. In an interview with Dominic Falder on AsiaWeek in July 1989, what is Suu Kyi's response to the question, "what would happen after the elections, if there were elections?"
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