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November 29, 2011

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Matthew Lewis

One of my favorite books about the Iranian Revolution is Ken Follett's "On Wings of Eagles" about Ross Perot's company's efforts to get employees out of Tehran as it all went down. It's supposed to be pretty much as-it-happened, not a novel. Really good read.

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