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A Fight For Freedom Freedom democracy and human rights are the causes that are being fought for in the book Freedom From Fear This book is a collection of speeches and essays of Aung San Suu Kyis fight for human rights as well as a historical review of Burmas inheritance and forthcoming Aung San Suu Kyi received the Nobel Peace Prize and has been recognized for her struggle against tyranny for freedom and dignity She has showed enormous amounts of courage and strength by dedicating her life to fight for human rights and democracy in Burma She cannot be silenced because she speaks the truth and because her words reflect basic Burmese and universal concepts This remarkable woman said that she bore no one malice she nursed no grudges against those who treated her so unjustly she had no bitterness and she was ready to work for the healing of her homeland that had suffered so greatly Freedom From Fear is a book that shows how the individualism of one woman can make such a difference to the people of a nation who are in great need for a leader in the resistance against tyranny To understand where Aung San Suu Kyi gets her inspiration and passion you have to understand her heritage and inheritance Part one of the book tells about her father Aung San a national hero who restored nationalism to the country of Burma as well as becoming a leader in the struggle of the oppression Although Aung San did not receive formal education until he was the age of eight he went through many different schools and organizations to become very well educated on political matters He was a very quiet person but when it came to issues that he had an opinion on he did not hesitate to give his voice on the matter His aspiration was to become a Buddhist monk because he was very interested in spiritual issues
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