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Although Saudi Arabian citizens pay no taxes, receive free health care and education, and have subsidized utilities, the Saudi royal family is finding it harder and harder to influence and control the population. Why are Saudis restless? What impact has the Internet had on Saudi youth?
Karen Elliott House is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter. She is the former president of Dow Jones International and a former foreign editor, correspondent, and publisher of The Wall Street Journal.
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