Freedom From Fear - Part 2: Section 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Section 13 Summary

This section contains an open letter she wrote dated September 26, 1988. Aung San Suu Kyi began by asking that all ambassadors from countries recognized by the Burmese military press their foreign offices to address human rights issues in Burma under Item 4 of the General Debate during the forthcoming session of the United Nations Assembly (which was scheduled to begin the next day). She wrote that she has made similar appeals to Amnesty International and the National Commission of Jurists and concluded that she thought the previous weeks' wanton slaughter of unarmed demonstrators, school children, and Buddhist monks was a matter of "legitimate concern" for the international community.

Part 2: Section 13 Analysis

As with her other open letters, Aung San Suu Kyi wasted no words. Her prose style is the same to whomever she is addressing (she talks neither up to some nor down...

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