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In 1927, Iran developed a legal code doing away with gruesome Islamic punishments such as stoning and lashing. That all changed during the Islamic revolution of 1979. NPR Producer Davar Ardalan and co-producer Rasool Nafisi look at Iran's long search for a lawful society.Producers: Davar Ardalan and Rasool Nafisi
Editor: Deborah George
Coordinating Producer: Sasha Aslanian
Project Coordinator: Misha Quill
Mixing: Bill McQuay, Vincent Muse, Tom Mudge, and Craig Thorsen
Production Assistance: Andy Lyman, Jim Lesher, and Ellen Guettler
Host: Deborah Amos
Web Producers: Ochen Kaylan and Paul Schomer
Managing Editor: Stephen Smith
Executive Producer: Bill Buzenberg


Major funding for American RadioWorks® comes from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.American RadioWorks is the national documentary unit of American Public Media.
©2004 American Public Media
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