"In 1979, Benazir Bhutto's father, the former president of Pakistan, was executed by the government that had overthrown him. Bhutto was arrested as a political prisoner. But even imprisonment and house arrest couldn't stop her popularity from soaring among the people of Pakistan. She would become Pakistan's first female prime minister. What motivated Benazir Bhutto to live the life she led? How did she achieve such power in a society dominated by men? The exciting biographies in the Front-Page Lives series take an in-depth look at some of the world's most fascinating people."
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