Biography/Autobiography: One’s Life Story
Analysis of Bhutto
He looked at her and smiled. Then looked outside and said those people, “your people” li desolate and toil to give you an education. You owe them something, so you must come back and serve these people. Benazir was raised to speak both English and Urdu but spoke Urdu colloquially at home rather. English was her first language and while she was fluent in Urdu, it was never grammatical. After her early education in Pakistan, she entered a more liberalist era in her life. She decided to pursue her higher education in the United States while it went through shock of a cultural revolution. She attended Harvard University from 1969 to 1973, where she graduated cum laude honors with a degree in comparative government. During her time in the United States she saw youth of every genre and walk of life begging for a voice, begging for equality. She saw the resilience in the eyes of women commanding reform, justice and respect and began to adopt their voice. She left the United States with the resilience of Dr. King and the voice of Elizabeth Stanton. She later described her time at Harvard as the four of the happiest years of her life and said it formed the very basis of her belief in democracy. Benazir father, Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, was removed from office by the then chief of army General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq following a military coup in 1977. Zia imposed martial law but promised to hold elections within three month but instead of fulfilling the promise of democracy. General Zia charged Zulfikar Bhutto with conspiring to murder the father of his opposing politician Ahmed Raza Kasuri. Benazir and her family fought the militant dictatorship of General Zia-ul-Haq, despite consequences to themselves for opposing martial law. Benazir Bhutto and her brother Murtaza spent months in and out of house arrest while she worked to force General Zia-ul-Haq to drop murder charges...