Barbados PM Motley Laments Lack of Diplomatic Ties Amid Strong Historical Linkage

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[FrontPageAfrica] Bridgetown -- The Presidency of Arthur Barclay who led Liberia from 1904 to 1912 is often credited with bringing an end to the conflict between mulattoes and black emigrants. It was under Barclay's reign that the Liberian Constitution was changed giving citizenship to the people of tribal origin, and a system of 'indirect rule' introduced.
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