Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister Quiz

Libby Hughes
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


The U.S. president became angry at the mention of political prisoners and stated that ________ was living under great conditions. (from Chapter Six, Jailed and Alone)


During the time of the coup, Benazir learned how to deal with ________ and correct rumors. (from Chapter Four, Caught in a Coup)


Eventually the Brigadier General released the prime minister due to his popularity, however _______ expressed dangerous opinions about the general. (from Chapter Four, Caught in a Coup)


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)


Pakistan also struggled with drug problems during Zia's government particularly ______. (from Chapter Eight, A Heroine Returns)

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