Hammer, Joshua
June 1996
New Republic;6/10/96, Vol. 214 Issue 24, p16
Presents an article about the violence and civil war in Monrovia, Liberia in April 1996. Efforts of entrepreneurs Alex Willoughby and Shawi Bsaibes in protecting their businesses in the city; Role of warlord Roosevelt Johnson in the violence in the region; Strategy used by Bsaibes to keep his hotel from being looted by the government militia.


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