Iranian Reformers Fear Reprisals Last week's parliamentary elections have placed conservatives back in control of Iran's legislature. Reformers dominated parliament for the past four years with political support from Iran's president, Mohammed Khatami. Reformist leaders now fear a political crackdown from the right. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

Iranian Reformers Fear Reprisals

Iranian Reformers Fear Reprisals

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Last week's parliamentary elections have placed conservatives back in control of Iran's legislature. Reformers dominated parliament for the past four years with political support from Iran's president, Mohammed Khatami. Reformist leaders now fear a political crackdown from the right. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

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