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Medicine: What Ails Mossadeq?

How come Premier Mohammed Mossadeq keels over so often? As every newspaper reader knows, he is prone to fainting fits, weeping or taking to his bed. What ails...

IRAN: Dervish in Pin-Striped Suit

(See Cover) The room on the second floor of Teheran's Majlis (Parliament) building was as bare as a hermit's cell. It was furnished with a sagging cot, a few...

The Press: Mossy the Weeper

Iran's Premier Mohammed Mossadeq, who frequently bursts into tears or faints, is nevertheless powerful enough to keep the Middle East in turmoil. But as he...

IRAN: Plenty of Tahmassebis?

The British-Iranian game of tit for tat was in full swing again. After the earnest, sober interlude of the Harriman mission, Teheran and London were once more...

IRAN: O, Thou Aged Traitor!

Iran's more apoplectic nationalists do not like the way U.S. Troubleshooter W. Averell Harriman and Premier Mohammed Mossadeq got .together to try to patch up...

IRAN: A Few Degrees Cooler

Iran's frail, faint-prone Premier Mohammed Mossadeq last week left the Parliament building, where he had been holed up for 20 days in fear of assassins, and...

IRAN: Fear

Pre-IRAN Fear In spite of the fondest hopes of the U.S. State Department, the Iran air showed no signs of clearing. Instead, the fog of fanaticism,...

IRAN: Seizure of Abadan

When Prime Minister Clement Attlee told the House of Commons last July that His Majesty's government would not withdraw from Abadan completely, the British...

IRAN: Down, Down, Down?

For a year, while Iran galloped toward ruin, the U.S. State Department has been muttering that it was working for a "settlement." Presidential Troubleshooter...

Foreign News: Shock Treatment

Braced by a policeman's arm, Iran's Premier Mohammed Mossadeq tottered from the conference room in Teheran's Saheb Gharanieh Palace. To waiting newsmen he...

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