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Benazir Bhutto

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My father always would say, "My daughter will go into politics? My daughter will become prime minister", but itís not what I wanted to do. I would say, "No, Papa, I will never go into politics." As Iíve said before, this is not the life I chose; it chose me ... But I accepted the responsibility and Iíve never wavered in my commitment.

 
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