Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister - Chapter Two, Heading for Harvard Summary & Analysis

Libby Hughes
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Chapter Two, Heading for Harvard Summary and Analysis

The administrators at Radcliffe were worried about Benazir's age; she was also sheltered as a member of an upper-class Muslim home. Liberal American society might be too shocking for her. So Ali Bhutto called upon the great economist John Kenneth Galbraith, who at the time was an economics professor at Harvard (though had served as an ambassador to India before), asking him to intervene. In 1969, Benazir was accepted to Radcliffe. Leaving Pakistan was hard for her, as she knew she would miss many things. Nusrat came with Benazir to help her settle in. They also visited the Galbraiths, who would become like second parents to Benazir. Benazir also met Peter Galbraith, who would be a dear friend throughout her life.

Bhutto struggled to get used to young Americans' dirty appearance in the late...

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