Britain and European Community
Miriam Camps

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The author surveys the negotiations between Britain and the European Economic Community, analyzing official and public attitudes toward the British accession, and the influence of public opinion throughout the negotiations. She carefully examines the British search for entry, the development of the Community, and the member nations' discussions on political union.

Originally published in 1964.

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