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The United Nations Security council was a. made up of ten permanent members. b. made up of all member nations. c. made up of temporary and permanent members. d. the UN president and other heads of
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The United Nations Security council was: C. made up of temporary and permanent members.
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User: The United Nations Security council was a. made up of ten permanent members. b. made up of all member nations. c. made up of temporary and permanent members. d. the UN president and other heads of state.

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The United Nations Security council was: C. made up of temporary and permanent members.
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