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KING, MAE C. Harvard University. KINGSBURY, ROBERT C. Assistant Professor of Geography, Indiana University. KIRLI, CENGIZ. Binghamton University. KIROS, TEODROS. Boston University. KISH, GEORGE. Professor of Geography, University of Michigan. xxxiii KITIGWA, MIRAJI. University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. KOLEHMAINEN, JOHN I. Chairman, Department of Political Science, Heidelberg College. KOLINSKI, CHARLES J. Professor of History, Florida Atlantic University. KOPECKY, DEAN. Researcher/Writer. KOSTANICK, HUEY LOUIS.

5. 6. established under the charter. It was originally composed of member nations administering trust territories, the permanent members of the Security Council, and a sufficient number of other members, elected by the General Assembly for three-year terms, to ensure an equal division of administering and nonadministering powers. After 1975, it was composed of the five permanent members of the Security Council—the United States, the sole remaining administering power, and the four permanent nonadministering powers.

Professor of History, Harpur College. EYEK, F. GUNTHER. Professorial Lecturer in History and International Relations, American University. EZRA, MARKOS. Population Studies and Training Center, Brown University. FALL, BERNARD B. Professor of Government, Howard University. FERETTI, EVELYN. Department of Agricultural Economics, Cornell University. FINLAND, GOVERNMENT OF. Statistical Office, Helsinki. W. Personal Assistant to the Governor-General, Government of Grenada. FLETCHER, WILLARD ALLEN. Professor and Chairman, Department of History, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Delaware.

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