‘The More We Are Together…’
One of the main non-economic arguments in favour of Western European economic integration is that it tends to bring about closer political relationships between the nations included in the Common Market. From the point of view of the political power and influence of the EEC it would be of immense advantage if, as a result of their economic integration, the member countries were to be welded together into a European United States, the component parts of which would be as closely related to each other as the North American States that form the United States of America.
KeywordsMember Country Economic Integration Common Market Member Nation Political Integration
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