Iran: The Truth about the CIA and the...
National Review Online
There are serious men who are under the impression that the CIA led a coup to replace an upstanding, democratic reformer named Mohammed Mossadegh with a fascist Shah named Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, and that Pahlavi's crimes were so atrocious that ...
From Chaos and Counterrevolution: After the Arab Spring (Iran extract)
Middle East Monitor
In 1953 the United States had covertly helped overturn a democratically elected government headed by Mohammad Mossadegh, who had aroused Washington's concern by repudiating the monarchy and even more so by nationalizing the oil industry.
Ron Paul Backs Iran Nuclear Deal
Paul didn't appear to mention Mohammed Mossadegh, a democratically-elected Iranian prime minister overthrown in a CIA-backed coup in 1953, though Paul mentioned him often when talking about Iran as a congressman and two time Republican ...
Monitor Board of Contributors: Transforming Iran: Is the third time a charm?
... when the Persians fought against an Anglo-Russian agreement that divided Iran into a Russian zone and a British zone. Resistance continued at various levels until 1951, when a popular election brought Mohammad Mossadegh to power as prime minister.