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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Suu Kyi in her speech on December 3, 1988, for what do the people of Burma have a responsibility?
(a) For remaining steadfast in trying times.
(b) For monitoring their own conduct.
(c) For the welfare of their country.
(d) For following the course for democracy.
2. What does Suu Kyi find when she reaches her destination that she describes in her letter to the editor dated January 21, 1989?
(a) There is graffitti with messages of support.
(b) She is denied entry by the army.
(c) The residents have lined the streets with flowers.
(d) The streets are blocked off.
3. What happened after Suu Kyi submitted her papers to stand for election in May 1990?
(a) There was another military coup.
(b) The papers were lost.
(c) The military regime disallowed her candidacy.
(d) Her name was put on the ballot.
4. What did the Nobel Peace Prize committee conclude about Aung San Suu Kyi?
(a) That she is a person of high character and a true leader.
(b) That she stands head and shoulders above most leaders of the people.
(c) That she is a force for peace.
(d) That she was one of the greatest examples of civic courage in Asia in decades.
5. What was the Burmese government's initial approach toward Suu Kyi and her supporters mentioned in Josef Silverstein's essay?
(a) They disregarded the events because they thought the movement would not take hold in Burma.
(b) The government warned people to stay away from her rallies.
(c) The government collected dossiers on Suu Kyi and her supporters.
(d) The government monitored Suu Kyi's movements.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Suu Kyi's undated letter to the United Nations, she states that the policy of the NLD is to
2. What about Burmese culture enabled Aung San Suu Kyi to become the spokesperson for a democratic movement in Burma, according to Josef Silverstein?
3. According to Ma Than E, what became a preoccupation when Suu Kyi accompanied her mother to New Delhi?
4. In Suu Kyi's letter to the editor dated 14 April 1989, what do the Burmese people deserve?
5. In her letter to the editor dated 14 April 1989, what was the result of the difficulties that Suu Kyi encountered?
Short Essay Questions
1. In a speech delivered at a pagoda in Myitkyina, Kachin State on April 27, 1989, what advice does Suu Kyi give for parents?
2. How does Ann Pasternak Slater describe Aung San Suu Kyi?
3. What were the implications of Suu Kyi discussing life expectancy in Burma in her speech on December 13, 1988?
4. In her letter to the editor dated Rangoon, 14 April 1989, what does Suu Kyi write about the soldiers in Burma?
5. In an interview with Dominic Falder on AsiaWeek in July 1989 what are Suu Kyi's observations about the Burmese people?
6. In Aung San Suu Kyi's open letter dated September 26, 1988, what does she consider a matter of "legitimate concern" for the international community?
7. According to Joseph Silverstein, what was the military government's initial approach to Aung San Suu Kyi?
8. In Ma Than E's essay, what are her recollections about Aung San Suu Kyi' s childhood?
9. What reasons did the Norwegian committee give when they awarded Aung San Suu Kyi the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991?
10. In an interview with Dominic Falder on AsiaWeek in July 1989, what is Suu Kyi's response to the question what she thought would happen after the elections, if there were elections?
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