Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister - Chapter Three, On to Oxford Summary & Analysis

Libby Hughes
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Chapter Three, On to Oxford Summary and Analysis

Bhutto's father taught her diplomacy, which became a major part of her education. In her junior year, she was able to see a meeting between Prime Minister Indira Gandhi of India and her father, then Prime Minister of Pakistan. This occurred in 1972 and concerned who should own Kashmir. Bhutto also joined her father on a state visit to the United States in 1973 where she was seated next to Henry Kissinger, then Secretary of State.

In the fall of 1973, Bhutto arrived at Oxford; her father was happy for her but she had a hard first few months. England was much less friendly than the United States, and the accommodations were much more modest. But she was busy with schoolwork for her politics, philosophy and economics degrees. She also joined the Oxford Union Debating Society...

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