AHLP Occasional Papers, Number 1

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Liberia ad Indepedent Africa, 1940s to2012 by D. Elwood Dun

 

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A brief discussion of Liberia's history, political development, civil wars, post-civil war recovery, and varied relationships with African nations during the administrations of presidents William V. S. Tubman, William J. Tolbert Jr., Samuel K. Doe, Charles G. Taylor, and Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Series title: AHLP Occasional Papers Number 1.

   
 

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D. Elwood Dunn is The Alfred Walter Negley Professor of Political Science at Sewanee: The University of the South where he has been on the faculty continuously since 1981. Before coming to Sewanee he earned a Ph.D. degree from American University (1972), taught at Seton Hall University, and served in the government of his native Liberia becoming minister of state for presidential affairs in 1979. He is author of more than 10 books or book chapters on West African society and politics, and numerous articles on international affairs.

   
 

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