Separate Ways: The Heart of Europe
Peter Shore sweeps away the myths of Britain "s role in European integration. Using examples from his own experience as a Cabinet Minister, Shore shows that at all major points of decision there has been another way - one that has not yet been closed off. It is his firm conviction that Britain can only thrive if a break from the European movement is instituted immediately. Illuminating the process that is now known as the European movement, this book brings the politics of European integration up to the present day.
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