Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister Setting & Symbolism

Libby Hughes
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Karachi, Pakistan

The birthplace of Benazir Bhutto.

Lahore, Pakistan

One of the major cities in Pakistan to which the Bhuttos had close ties.

Islamabad, Pakistan

The capital city of Pakistan.

Radcliffe College

The Harvard College for women where Bhutto received her undergraduate degree.

Oxford College

The English University where Bhutto went to graduate school.

Jail Cells

Bhutto spent much of her adult life imprisoned under General Zia.

Military Dictatorship

General Zia was the military dictator of Pakistan for eleven years.

Human Rights

Bhutto was an ardent advocate of human rights, particularly for women and political prisoners.

Democracy

Rule of the people, a system of government that includes strong voting rights that Bhutto advocated her entire life.

Political Prisoners

Those persons imprisoned for political activism. Bhutto was not only a political prisoner at many points in her life but a worldwide advocate for their release when she was free...

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