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Framing Europe:
Attitudes to European Integration in Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom
Juan Díez Medrano

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"This book is a scholarly tour de force. There is nothing comparable that I know of. The richness of the data is unsurpassed, and the contextual knowledge of Spain, Germany, and Britain is superb. The book is logically organized, and the writing is clear. It is what scholarship should be all about but only rarely is these days: careful, in-depth work on an important question, displaying an intellect in full control of the material."--Peter Katzenstein, Cornell University, author of Tamed Power: Germany in Europe

"This is a genuinely groundbreaking work. It is to my knowledge the very first study by a comparative historical sociologist of contemporary attitudes to European integration in different European nations. It is a serious, thorough, extensively researched project, remarkably at ease with the different national contexts, histories, and languages it handles. The field of European studies--where there is a feeble amount of good sociology on the subject--greatly needs this kind of work."--Adrian Favell, University of California, Los Angeles, author of Philosophies of Integration

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