What is it like to have a legend as a mother? To be the daughter of a fabled beauty queen-turned-rebel leader with a price on her head, a woman who commanded such respect that people would fall to their knees in her presence?
"It was everything from terrifying to inspiring," says Charmaine Craig, the American daughter of the late Louisa Benson Craig, Burma's first Miss Universe contestant in 1956, who went on to be a leader of the Karen National Liberation Army.
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