Streets of Tehran: Small Rebellions, Thirst for Reform

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Iranian leaders reject U.S. assertions that their nation sponors terrorism. But on the streets of Tehran, young people are impatient for reform and sport western styles in clothing and music. But even the rebels aren't interested in U.S. interference. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Ivan Watson.

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