Bill Berkeley

Adjunct Professor of Journalism, Columbia University

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Adjunct Professor of Journalism at Columbia University; former foreign correspondent and editorial writer for the New York Times, now working on a book on the 1979 Iranian hostage takers

Bill Berkeley on KCRW

Today marked another massive, anti-government protest today in Tehran. As we considered what's likely to happen next, we've been told, "We're in unchartered waters."

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Today marked another massive, anti-government protest today in Tehran. As we considered what's likely to happen next, we've been told, "We're in unchartered waters."

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