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Abraham Lincoln once described the government of the US as being of the people, by the people, and for the people. In the case of Saudi Arabia, there is a government of the House of Saud, by the House of Saud, and for the House of Saud. So, their strength is a sense of family loyalty, and of course, lots of oil revenue.

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