October 12, 2012
Why Iranians might be a little upset at Americans lecturing them about "Democracy" and "Freedom"2012-09-04T09:18:03-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/747/20120904091850003_hd.jpgHistory professor Kenneth Osgood explains facts of which every Iranian knows but most Americans remain oblivious.
History professor Kenneth Osgood explains facts of which every Iranian knows but most Americans remain oblivious.
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