Freedom From Fear - Part 2: Section 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Section 7 Summary

This section is reprinted from a draft published by the journal Asian Survey (it had had the manuscript for several years; Aung San Suu Kyi intended additional revisions and wanted it reprinted in a volume dedicated to and about her father to "honor all those who stand for political integrity in Burma"). In 1942, a fledgling Burma Independence Army formed was formed by her father, Aung San, who came to personify the hope of a country "poised to realize its dreams of freedom" and became the subject of even popular verse. Aung San's reply then was that he had not yet earned himself a place in the history of Burma (a modest man, he had already led the Burmese resistance against the Japanese and was then negotiating with the British).

She wrote that her father was raised in a Buddhist school and...

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