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Democracy in IranHistory and the Quest for Liberty$

Ali Gheissari and Vali Nasr

Print publication date: 2006

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  • Faraj Ardalan

  • Mohammad Baheri

  • Aqa Khan Bakhtiar

  • Ahmad Baniahmad

  • Farah Ebrahimi

  • Mansour Farhang

  • Juni Farmanfarmaian

  • Amir-Hossein Ganjbakhsh

  • Farrokh Ghaffari

  • Manouchehr Goudarzi

  • General Mohsen Hasheminejad

  • Richard Helms

  • Daryoush Homayoun

  • Eslam Kazemieh

  • Bahram Khozai

  • General Abdol-Majid Ma'soumi-Na'ini

  • Abdol-Majid Majidi

  • Armin Meyer

  • General Ahmad-Ali Mohaqqeqqi

  • Seyyed Hossein Nasr

  • Reza Niazmand

  • Arbi Ovanessian

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  • General Mansour Qadar

  • Ahmad Qoreishi

  • Reza Qotbi

  • Majid Rahnema

  • Parviz Raji

  • Ali Shakeri

  • General Hasan Toufanian

  • Gratian Yatsevitch

The Iranian Oral History Collection of Harvard University; interviews of

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  • Abol-Hasan Ebtehaj

  • Khodadad Farmanfarmaian

  • Admiral Kamal Habibollahi

  • Mehdi Haeri-Yazdi

  • Mehdi Khanbaba-Tehrani

  • Abol-Qasem Kheradjou

  • Abdol-Karim Lahiji

  • Hasan Nazih

  • Karim Sanjabi

  • Mohammad Yeganeh

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