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Transcript of Benazir Bhutto
Born in Karachi, Pakistan
Eldest child of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Recently killed in a suicide attack
Studied philosophy, political science at Harvard Radcliffe College
Then studied in economics at England's Oxford University
When returned home, her father was elected Prime Minister
Inherited leadership of the PPP
"Pakistan People's Party"
A military overthrew her father's government
Won election in 1988
She became the first female Prime Minister of a Muslim
What did she do?
What she accomplished
"We gather together to celebrate freedom, to celebrate democracy, to celebrate the three most beautiful words in the English language: `"We the People.""
—Benazir Bhutto on December 2, 1988,
A quote from Benazir when she won her Prime Minister position.
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