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For the past week, Iranian students have been demonstrating in the streets of Tehran, protesting against both conservative clerics and reformers. President Bush has voiced support for the protestors, a move the Iranian government views as "interference" in its internal affairs. Join host Neal Conan for a discussion about the political climate in Iran.

Guests:
Kaveh Ehsani
*An editor of Goft-o-Gu, a prominent intellectual magazine in Iran
*Director of research, at Johm-wer Research Institute

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