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Crisis in Iran—none for me, thanks

Iran: the Ayatollah captures the revolution

The confrontation between Iran and the United States over the seizure of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran Nov. 4 and taking of 63 hostages (later reduced to 50) by Islamic student militants has brought to the fore the worst features of this epoch. The grotesque spectacle of a million Iranians marching in lockstep, chanting praises of a decrepit mullah and a reactionary religion is matched in this country by a sudden upsurge of patriotism one would have thought impossible just a few weeks ago.


Fifth Estate Collective

FIFTH ESTATE, #300, December 4, 1979, vol. 14, no. 5, page 1

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NO Shah
NO President
NO Nationalism
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NO Ideology
NO Religion
NO God
NO State
NO Leaders...
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