Iranians Wait To See If Nuclear Deal Will Improve Their Lot

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As diplomats prepare to meet in Geneva to resume talks over Iran's nuclear program, talk in Congress turns to more sanctions. Meanwhile, Iranian citizens wonder if their lives will finally improve with a thaw in relations. Weekend Edition Sunday host Rachel Martin speaks with New York Times Tehran bureau chief Thomas Erdbrink about Iranian public opinion.

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