Causes of Islamic Revolut of 1979

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What were the causes of the Iranian Revolution of 1979

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An Internal Assessment by Sebastian Haghayeghi

International School of Toulouse
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Contents:

Section A: Plan of investigation........................................................................................................3
Section B: Summary of Evidence......................................................................................................4
Section C: Evaluation of Sources......................................................................................................6
Section D: Analysis...........................................................................................................................7
Section E: Conclusion......................................................................................................................10
Section F: List of Sources.................................................................................................................11

Section A: Plan of investigation

This investigation is regarding the causes of the Iranian Revolution of 1979.
I chose this subject due to curiosity since Iran, also known as Persia, has continued to make news headline since its revolution some three decades ago.
Iran’s boldness on sensitive international political and economic issues such as refusing to trade oil in Dollars, challenging the major world powers on NPT rights over its Nuclear programme, supporting the rights of Palestinians to return to their homeland and advances in various areas from farming to space technologies, all despite some 30 years of sanctions brings the question of background to the Islamic Republic of Iran formation.
My analysis address the four principle issues behind the Iranian revolution, these being: Political; Cultural and Social, Economic and Military.
I will use my father, an Iranian, several books and input

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