How did Iran change after the Shah of Iran was deposed?

Under the Shah of Iran, Iran was a well-developing nation with a prosperous economy and a thriving middle class. Women were allowed to work or vote or attend schools, and the mode of dress was typically European. When the Shah was deposed and the Ayatollah Khomeini assumed power, women were restricted in dress and activities, and Sharia law was imposed. The government went from a relatively liberal kingdom to a primitive theocracy.

We may all thank Jimmy Carter for the change.
Under the Shah of Iran, Iran was a well-developing nation with a prosperous economy and a thriving middle class. Women were allowed to work or vote or attend schools, and the mode of dress was typically European. When the Shah was deposed and the Ayatollah Khomeini assumed power, women were restricted in dress and activities, and Sharia law was imposed. The government went from a relatively liberal kingdom to a primitive theocracy.

We may all thank Jimmy Carter for the change.