Profile of Liberian President Charles Taylor NPR's Melissa Block talks with Jeanette Carter and Mark Huband about the life of Charles Taylor, president of Liberia. Carter is an anthropologist and consultant on Liberia who has lived there for more than 20 years. Huband is a reporter with the Financial Times of London; he wrote a book about the Liberian civil war.
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Profile of Liberian President Charles Taylor

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Profile of Liberian President Charles Taylor

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NPR's Melissa Block talks with Jeanette Carter and Mark Huband about the life of Charles Taylor, president of Liberia. Carter is an anthropologist and consultant on Liberia who has lived there for more than 20 years. Huband is a reporter with the Financial Times of London; he wrote a book about the Liberian civil war.