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Iranian Americans Watch Tehran From Afar

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Iranian Americans Watch Tehran From Afar

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Iranian Americans Watch Tehran From Afar

Iranian Americans Watch Tehran From Afar

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Many Iranian Americans watched the 1979 revolution in the streets of Tehran. Now, they watch the violent crackdown from their living rooms in the U.S.

Iranian Americans talk about what the changes in Iran mean for them.

Guests:

Tara Bahrampour, reporter for the Washington Post

Trita Parsi, president of the National Iranian American Council

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