Proconsul

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An extinct genus of primates that lived in African rainforests 23 million to 17 million years ago during the Miocene epoch
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THOUGH DOUGLAS MACARTHUR IS OFTEN praised for successfully rebuilding postwar Japan, overseeing land reform and the emancipation of women, Lord argues his proconsulship was more problematic than we think.