25 Years After the Fall of the Shah of Iran

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NPR's Madeleine Brand reports on the 25th anniversary of the day the Shah of Iran flew into exile. We hear from Iranian expatriates who fled the revolution and remade their lives in Los Angeles, and get perspectives about what has and hasn't changed in Iran since the Shah's fall.

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