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LiberiaInfo was created as an informational resource about the Republic of Liberia. We hope to build a repository with a wealth of information from various sources and eras that will serve as a learning tool for our audience. The history, culture and people of Liberia are diverse, unique and well worth studying. It is this rich diversity held by a common bond that we aim to share in this publication.
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The prince told them about the need for government. His government did not require taxes but order and discipline. The prince organized the land and it became a kingdom in its own right. Prosperity and peace dwelt in the land and the prince’s fame spread throughout the world.
-Wilton Sankawulo, The Marriage of Wisdom