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Iranian women have been rebelling against restrictions since the Islamic Revolution in 1979 – with renewed hope that protests this time will end differently

By Pardis Mahdavi, Provost and Executive Vice President, The University of Montana
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A scholar of Iranian politics explains how Iranians have organized resistance movements for the past several decades while risking arrest and public flogging.The Conversation


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