My Turn to Speak: Iran, the Revolution and Secret Deals With the U.S.
Breaking a long silence, the former president of Iran gives the only detailed insider's look at the Iranian Revolution, Ayatollah Khomeini, the Teheran embassy hostage crisis, the Iran-Iraq War, and secret U.S. dealings. My Turn to Speak is an important view of the most widely felt revolution since 1917.
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Bani-Sadr, who was president of Iran after the overthrow of the Shah and a close advisor to the Ayatollah Khomeini, reveals a great deal regarding behind-the-scenes U.S. involvement in Iranian ... Read full review
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