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One might equally call Moroccan or Egyptian runners “West Africans.” All of the intervening countries of Central Africa appear to have been eliminated, perhaps because they do not appear to have produced any elite track-and-field athletes. Kathleen Adams was recently named “Distinguished Honorary Member of the Board” of CTS-AP. There is a re-emphasis on the constant features of human psyche and society, on the limitations to change at any one time, and on the inevitable requirements of social life.

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