Freedom From Fear - Part 3: Section 22 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3: Section 22 Summary

Ma Than E began this essay by stating that Aung San Suu Kyi's then 13-year-old son Kim accepted the 1990 Sakharov Prize in her honor. She reflected that, at least in part, Aung San Suu Kyi can be explained by her legendary father and being raised by her remarkable mother. She recalled nostalgically meals shared with Aung San and the "Thirty Comrades." Daw Khin Kyi reminded her children of their father's legacy, taught them by example, and raised them as Buddhists. Aung San Suu Kyi had accompanied her mother to New Delhi, where reading became her preoccupation; she also spent a year in Algiers and was far more interested in its struggle for independence than attending the parties to which she was invited. She later spent 3 years working for the UN (during the period when Burma's U Thant was Secretary-General), after which...

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