In This Review

The Imam and His Islamic Revolution
The Imam and His Islamic Revolution
By Robin Woodsworth Carlsen
Snow Man Press, 1982, 191 pp

A difficult book to judge, unless one undertakes it on the author's own terms, his own spiritual convictions, and his interpretation of Khomeini and his regime as the purest expression of Islam and the proposition that man must live according to the laws of God. In form, the book is a series of episodes and personal experiences, including a meeting with the Imam during a recent visit to Iran.