Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister Quiz

Libby Hughes
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Bhutto claims in the afterword that she wanted a _______ Pakistan committed to equality under the law. (from Chapter Ten, Making Democracy Work and Afterward)


After her sister's wedding, Benazir wrote a letter to _______, who had tried to see her on the order of the U.S. Government. (from Chapter Six, Jailed and Alone)


Bhutto's main political rival was ______ the chief minister of the Punjab province, who argued that she was an ineffective leader. (from Chapter Ten, Making Democracy Work and Afterward)


Although both Benazir and her father were taken by the general's men, the prime minister was _______ by a judge. (from Chapter Four, Caught in a Coup)


In response to Benazir's actions to organize Pakistanis, the Brigadier General killed some prisoners, causing Benazir to appeal to _____ the assistant secretary of state for human rights. (from Chapter Seven, Politics in Exile)

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