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Winning Women of '96 (Women we love

Subject: Winning Women of '96 (Women we love).

			Women we love

	Women made news this year as leaders and mothers, revealing their 
	strengths on the world stage and in the domestic realm. Aung San 
	Suu Kyi continues to earn admiration for her stoicism as the 
	figurehead in Burma.

	Five Age writers of The Age newspaper in Australia nominate 10 
	women who made their mark in 1996. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is among them.

	- Aung San Suu Kyi: The Nobel Peace Prize-winner showed courage in 
	standing against Burma's military regime. 

						[Mike Richards].

	- Aung San Suu Kyi: This time last year we loved Suu Kyi - she had 
	been freed from house arrest and the walls of Burma's repressive 
	military rule were shaking. Now she is back under virtual house arrest, 
	and her brave leadership seems to have instilled little shame in the 

						[Virginia Trioli].

	- Aung San Suu Kyi: continues to stand against the political 
	oppression of the Burmese junta, even while under house arrest. They 
	might lock her up, but they can't shut her up.

						[Jim Schembri].