World: Afraid to Go Back Home

Afraid to Go Back Home Most Iranian students in the U.S. are staying put

Bye-bye,Shah!" shouted Iranian students as they hurled rocks and bottles at his sister's house in Beverly Hills last January. But now that they have got what they wanted and Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi has been driven from the Peacock Throne, most of the students are not any happier. Only a relative few are returning to the country for whose liberation they had protested so vociferously.

Demonstrations have virtually ceased while the bewildered students anxiously wait, along with the rest of the world, to see what will happen next in...

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