The European Rescue of the Nation-state
This newly revised and updated second edition is the classic economic and political account of the origins of the European Community. On one level it is an original analysis of the forces which brought the EC together, on another it is an explanation based on historical analysis of the future relationship between nation-state and the European Union. Combining political with economic analysis, and based on extensive primary research in several countries, this book offers a challenging interpretation of the history of the western European state and European integration.
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Preface to the second edition
The postwar nationstate
Coal and the Belgian nation
Foreign trade economic and social advance and
The Europeanization of agricultural protection
The lives and teachings of the European saints
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