Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister - Chapter One, A Child Without Equal Summary & Analysis

Libby Hughes
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Chapter One, A Child Without Equal Summary and Analysis

When Benazir Bhutto was eight years old, she was frequently placed in charge of her younger siblings. Her parents would leave their children (Benaziar, two brothers, Mir and Shah, and her sister, Sanam) in Karachi, Pakistan, placing a bit of money in Benazir's hands. The responsibility was serious but natural to Benazir and would lead her to take on leadership roles in the future. These roles would lead her in 1988, at the age of thirty-five, to become the Prime Minister of Pakistan, the first woman to lead a Muslim nation.

Pakistan is a small Asian nation home to 110 million people, found between Afghanistan and Iran and India and China. It was part of India until August 14th, 1947, when India gained independence from Britain and the Muslims and Hindus of the nation...

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