Freedom From Fear - Part 2: Section 15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Section 15 Summary

This section contains a letter to the editor she wrote on January 21, 1989. It described her trip to Bassein on the Irrawaddy Delta: she had begun her journey by boat and was "escorted" by a flotilla of troops. She arrived to a town whose streets had been blocked off and its residents told not to acknowledge her presence amongst them. Several members of her party were arrested. She concluded noting that Brigadier Myint Aung "will get a good run for his money."

Part 2: Section 15 Analysis

The backdrop of intimidation and the threat of physical violence against which she spoke are revealed here. It also underscores her determination: if the troops block the roads, the people will ride bicycles.

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