For Pakistani Women, Bhutto Leaves a Complex Legacy

As the first woman ever elected leader of a Muslim country, former prime minister Benazir Bhutto raised expectations for the advancement of women. But she struggled to overcome deep-rooted cultural obstacles, leaving some women's rights activists disappointed.

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