Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister Quiz

Libby Hughes
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


For a period of time Benazir ran the family _______, an unusual position for a woman. However she excelled at it and won the respect of the local men. (from Chapter Five, A Desert Cell)


Benazir's sister _______ was scheduled to be married on September 8th, 1981. Benazir received permission to go to the wedding. (from Chapter Six, Jailed and Alone)


Bhutto continued to campaign against the other candidates but was interrupted on September 21, 1988 when ________. (from Chapter Nine, Serving the Nation)


Drug trafficking was a major problem for Bhutto's new democracy. At that time nearly ________ Pakastanis were thought to be heroin addicts. (from Chapter Ten, Making Democracy Work and Afterward)


Zia used his influence to enforce extreme tenets of _______ to support his policies. (from Chapter Eight, A Heroine Returns)

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