Op-Ed: Iranians Don't Want Help From U.S. Time magazine columnist Joe Klein witnessed the election in Iran, and its immediate aftermath. After ten days in Tehran, he believes Iranians — both supporters of President Ahmadinejad and members of the reform movement — don't want help from the U.S.
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Op-Ed: Iranians Don't Want Help From U.S.

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Op-Ed: Iranians Don't Want Help From U.S.

Op-Ed: Iranians Don't Want Help From U.S.

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Time magazine columnist Joe Klein witnessed the election in Iran, and its immediate aftermath.

After ten days in Tehran, he believes Iranians — both supporters of President Ahmadinejad and members of the reform movement — don't want help from the U.S.

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