Akhavi, Negar
June 2000
New Republic;06/12/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 24, p58
Comments on the pledge of U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to support Iranian President Mohammad Khatami's economic and social reform agenda. Identification of the Iranians as one of the wealthiest ethnic groups in the U.S.; Persuasion of lending money from the World Bank to support for the improvement of Iranian public health; Reaction of citizens on Albright's effort.


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