Iran: A Turning Point?

As discontent spreads, there's new momentum for reform--and a showdown looms

At the end of an hour-long conversation in his modest Tehran office, Parviz Aghili, an Iranian businessman, turns reflective. "I had a dream last night," he confides. "Bill Clinton announced that he was visiting Tehran." Then he added: "I think Clinton will be coming here in the next three to six months."

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