Who Really Ousted Mohammad Mossadeq?

More than half-a-century after Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadeq was forced from office after nationalizing British-run oil interests, historian Darioush Bayandor has written a book claiming that it was the Iranian clergy, and not the CIA and British intelligence, that exerted the strongest influence on the statesman’scontroversial ouster. Bungling Washington and London, he insists, were both caught by surprise.


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