Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister Quotes

Libby Hughes
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"At the age of 35, Benazir Bhutto became the prime minister of Pakistan, and the first woman to lead a Muslim country."
Chapter One, A Child Without Equal, p. 6

"I am really proud to have a daughter who is so bright that she is doing O-levels [entrance exams] at the young age of fifteen, three years before I did them. At this rate, you might become president."
Chapter One, A Child Without Equal, p. 18

"John Kenneth Galbraith hovered over Benazir like a father."
Chapter Two, Heading for Harvard, p. 22

"One of the fundamental lessons of diplomacy is to create doubt: Never lay all your cards on the table."
Chapter Two, Heading for Harvard, p. 29

"Mr. Prime Minister, your daughter is even more intimidating than you are."
Chapter Three, On to Oxford, p. 34

"[Bhutto] was also looking forward to her last year at Oxford because she could now campaign for...

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