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Author Baumann, Carol Edler.

Title Western Europe: what path to integration? Edited with an introd. by Carol Edler Baumann.

Imprint Boston : Heath, [1967]

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Description xii, 156 p. ; 21 cm.
Series Problems in political science
Problems in political science.
Contents Let Europe arise, By W. Churchill.--The need for economic cooperation, by G. C. Marshall.--The fear of Soviet expansion, by E. Bevin.--The value of common institutions, by J. Monnet.--The rationale for close association, by C. E. Baumann.--The decision to join, by M. Camps.--European union and German unity, by K. H. Knappstein.--The problem of German reunification, by F. H. Hartmann.--Communist views of western integration, by M. D. Shulman.--Russia and Europe, by Z. Brzezinski.--An integrated Europe in an Atlantic partnership, by R. R. Bowie.--An independent "European" Europe, by C. de Gaulle.--The limits of integration, by K. W. Deutsch.--Progress of the new Europe, by E. B. Haas.--Old nations, new Europe, by R. Aron.--A Europe of states, by C. de Gaulle.--A supranational European community, by H. Nord.--General de Gaulle's Europe and Jean Monnet's Europe, by J. B. Duroselle.--An integrated Atlantic community, by M. Allais.--An Atlantic partnership, by J. R. Schaetz
Subject European federation.