Birthmarks of Europe: The Origins of the European Community Reconsidered
Presents a new theoretical framework which relates the founding of the European Community to its later development. This title will be useful to teachers and students of the history and politics of the European Union, as well as to those studying the dynamics of the development of other regional integration networks
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European Integration to 1955
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