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The Soul of Iran: A Nation's Journey to Freedom
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In these pages, you will hear the voices of a wide cross-section of Iranians. In my search for Iranian truths, I learned quickly that reality depends a great deal on where you stand. So I stood in many different places: with war veterans, partying teenagers, clerics, merchants, the urban poor, middle-class professionals, young and old and middle-aged, religious and secular, conservative and reformist, democratic and antidemocratic. I stood with them in bread lines, in visa lines outside foreign embassies, in mosques, in universities, in student demonstrations, in hundreds of daily interactions that never make it to the news pages.
|Publisher||W. W. Norton|
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