Arab Spring, Persian Summer? Economic Conditions in Febrile Iran Nosedive; Rich-Poor Gap ‘Revolutionary’

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2 responses to “Arab Spring, Persian Summer? Economic Conditions in Febrile Iran Nosedive; Rich-Poor Gap ‘Revolutionary’

  1. Inequality causes a lot of resentment. People don’t seem to mind too much if everyone is ‘in it together’, but when that is clearly not the case then people stop trusting government authorities. Human greed is very destructive at political and government levels.

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