Freedom From Fear - Part 3: Section 25 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3: Section 25 Summary

Philip Kreager outlined her four core principles: (1) human rights for everyone comes first; (2) the only legitimate means are non-violent; (3) governments are based on principles not personalities; and (4) great personal and collective self-discipline is required by all. Although part of the Burmese nationalism movement, Aung San Suu Kyi was the first to insist on universal individual human rights (it was not a position inconsistent with her father's view—it just took that view a step further). All of her rallies between August 1988 and July 1989 explicitly violated the official government policy on open meetings. By October 1990, only four members of the NLD remained at liberty.

Part 3: Section 25 Analysis

This author reminds the reader that Aung San Suu Kyi's legacy on the future of Burma is based on over a thousand speeches and interviews between August 1988 and July 1989,and that Aung San Suu...

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