Khamenei and the end of Iran’s hopeless reformist movement

Khamenei and the end of Iran’s hopeless reformist movement

May 5, 2020

<p class="font_8">Iran’s once promising reformist movement is in a death spiral. It is not because the idea of reform has lost its appeal. On the contrary, the average Iranian today is as eager to see political change as ever. But they have no reason to believe gradual reform is possible. This pessimism is not only grounded in the reform movement’s long track record of failing to make a difference, but it is also exacerbated by the current diabolical condition of the movement’s leadership.</p>

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Khamenei and the end of Iran’s hopeless reformist movement

Khamenei and the end of Iran’s hopeless reformist movement

May 5, 2020

<p class="font_8">Iran’s once promising reformist movement is in a death spiral. It is not because the idea of reform has lost its appeal. On the contrary, the average Iranian today is as eager to see political change as ever. But they have no reason to believe gradual reform is possible. This pessimism is not only grounded in the reform movement’s long track record of failing to make a difference, but it is also exacerbated by the current diabolical condition of the movement’s leadership.</p>

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Khamenei and the end of Iran’s hopeless reformist movement

Khamenei and the end of Iran’s hopeless reformist movement

May 5, 2020

<p class="font_8">Iran’s once promising reformist movement is in a death spiral. It is not because the idea of reform has lost its appeal. On the contrary, the average Iranian today is as eager to see political change as ever. But they have no reason to believe gradual reform is possible. This pessimism is not only grounded in the reform movement’s long track record of failing to make a difference, but it is also exacerbated by the current diabolical condition of the movement’s leadership.</p>

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Khamenei and the end of Iran’s hopeless reformist movement

Khamenei and the end of Iran’s hopeless reformist movement

May 5, 2020

<p class="font_8">Iran’s once promising reformist movement is in a death spiral. It is not because the idea of reform has lost its appeal. On the contrary, the average Iranian today is as eager to see political change as ever. But they have no reason to believe gradual reform is possible. This pessimism is not only grounded in the reform movement’s long track record of failing to make a difference, but it is also exacerbated by the current diabolical condition of the movement’s leadership.</p>

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