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" India with its 450 million people and China with its 700 million people might well end up with more votes than the United States. Of course, it is always possible to construct hypothetical systems of weighted voting congenial to our interests based mainly... "
You and the United Nations: 21 Questions and Answers - 16. lappuse
autors: United States. Department of State. Office of Media Services - 1962 - 55 lapas
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International Organization and Conference ..., 30. izdevums;32-38. izdevums

United States. Dept. of State - 1961
...world's population and which, even with its NATO allies, has only 16 percent. If population were a major criterion, India, with its 400 million people, might...with more votes than the United States. Of course, it is always possible to imagine a system of weighted voting which would offset the population factor...
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International Organization and Conference Series: new series]., 60-64. izdevums

United States. Dept. of State - 1964
...percent. Jf population were a primary criterion, India with its 450 million people and China with its 700 million people might well end up with more votes than the United States. Of course, it is always possible to construct hypothetical systems of weighted voting congenial to our interests,...
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United Nations Charter Amendments: Hearing, 89-1, 1965

United States. Congress. Senate. Foreign Relations - 1965
...percent. If population were a primary criterion, India with its 45u million people and China with its 700 million people might well end up with more votes than the United States. Of course, it is always possible to construct hypothetical systems of weighted voting congenial to our interests...
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United Nations Charter Amendments: Hearings. Eighty-ninth Congress, First ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - 1965 - 138 lapas
...percent. If population were a primary criterion, India with its 450 million people and China with its 700 million people might well end up with more votes than the United States. Of course, it is always possible to construct hypothetical systems of weighted voting congenial to our interests...
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For Commanders, 1-2. sējumi

1961
...world's population and which, even with its NATO allies, has only 16 percent. If population were a major criterion, India, with its 400 million people, might...well end up with more votes than the United States. We should not overlook the fact that as between the free world and the Communist bloc the present system...
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