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Australia. Grant Harman. Europe Western Europe Ulrich Teichler. Czechoslovakia Jirí Kotásek. France Alain Bienaymé. German Democratic Republic Mark A Ashwill. German Federal Republic Jens Naumann and Beate Krais. Hungary Gábor Halász. Italy Roberto Moscati. The Netherlands Frans A van Vught. Poland Jan Sadlak. Romania Jan Sadlak. Soviet Union. George Avis. Spain José Luis Garcia Garrido. Sweden Jan-Erik Lane. United Kingdom Graeme C Moodie. Yugoslavia Niksa Nikola Solijan. Latin America Orlando Albornoz. Argentina Carlos Alberto Torres. Brazil Robert E Verhine. Chile Joseph P Farrell. Colombia Rosa C Briceño. Cuba Rolland G Paulston. Mexico Carlos Ornelas and Daniel C Levy. Nicaragua Robert F Arnove. Venezuela Orlando Albornoz. Middle East. The Arab World Byron G Massialas. Egypt Samir A Jarrar. Iraq A A Al-Rubaiy. Israel Yaacov Iram. Kuwait H A Al-Ebraheem. Lebanon Samir A Jarrar. North America. Canada Michael L Skolnik. United States Marian L Gade. Bibliography. Index.
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