SOURCE: NY Times
Forty years ago, Iranians swelled with pride, hope and the expectation of a better future.
SOURCE: Lobe Log
by Shervin Malekzadeh
One thing that must be understood about Iran, about living there, is that the Revolution is never officially discussed as a finished event.
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