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Wednesday, Nov 11, 2009
by PopMatters Staff
by Ravi Somaiya
Valleywag (9 November 2009)

“Remember the storyline about a new Iranian revolution after the elections this summer? The one fuelled by the internet generation? The one that got the state department to intervene to help Iranians Twitter? Not so much.”


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