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Interview: Revolutionary Lives in Theocratic Iran
Michael Slate
The following is an interview with S. an Iranian woman who traveled to Los Angeles for the International Women’s Day action of March 8, 2008. The interview was conducted by Michael Slate of the Red Future radio show (on Tues. 5-6 pm on KPFK FM 90.7) This interview appeared in Revolution newspaper and on the revolutionary Iranian website, 8 Mars. S’s revolutionary experience began as a student in Los Angeles during the days when the Shah was in power in Iran (the 1970s). As the Iranian Revolution drove the Shah from power, she joined thousands of Iranian students who returned to Iran to carry forward the aims of the 1979 revolution—a revolution which through twists and turns ended up being consolidated as the reactionary Islamic Republic of Iran.

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