Table of contents for The voice of hope : Aung San Suu Kyi conversations with Alan Clements.

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CONTENTS
Preface to the New Edition
Introduction	9
Chapter 1: "We are still prisoners in our own country"	19
Chapter 2: "Running away is not going to solve any problems"
	37
Chapter 3: "Truth is a powerful weapon"	51
Chapter 4: "Working for democracy"	67
Chapter 5: "It still surprises me that people think of me as an 
	important person"	83
Chapter 6: "Each country is linked to the others through the 
	bonds of humanity"	95
Chapter 7: "Saints are sinners who go on trying"	113
Chapter 8: "I never learned to hate my captors"	127
Chapter 9: "Violence is not the right way"	149
Chapter 10: "Nobody can humiliate me but myself"	163
Chapter 11: "We have only ourselves to rely on"	177
Chapter 12: "The people of Burma want democracy"	193
Chapter 13: "To learn the power of the powerless"	207
Appendix: A A Conversation with U Gambira 
Appendix B: A Conversation with U Kyi Maung	229
Appendix C: A Conversation with U Tin U	265
Chronology	303
Burma Related Links
Biographies	6

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Burma -- Politics and government -- 1988-.
Democracy -- Burma -- History.
Pacifism -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism.
Aung San Suu Kyi. -- Interviews.
Political activists -- Burma -- Interviews.