Iran's post-revolution generation struggles to find its voice

Some leaders have acknowledged the need for a dialogue to address the concerns of the generation of Iranians born after the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

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    Most Iranians living today have never known anything but the post-revolution Islamic Republic that came into existence 40 years ago.

    Some feel they are unable to express what living in an Islamic republic means to their generation; from the expression of art to the economic conditions, there is frustration with a leadership that they feel is letting them down.

    Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Tehran.


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