In Iran, the political landscape keeps changing. In the past few days, two former presidents have spoken out against the newly elected government. One called for a referendum; the other said the government had lost the trust of millions. But Iran's Supreme leader has endorsed the presidential election that returned Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to power.
To get a sense of how these voices of dissent are affecting Iran, Steve Inskeep talks with Iranian-American writer Hooman Majd.