For more than a decade, the progress of the greatest concentration of democracy, economic prosperity and culture in the world has been blighted by the mutterings of a group of sincere nationalists in Britain concerned with belittling the achievement. There can be few experiences more depressing than sitting through the debates on the European Community in the House of Commons and listening to the nitpickers at work. They ignore the single most important movement in world history since the division of Europe at Potsdam. It is necessary to restate that achievement.
KeywordsMember State Foreign Policy Monetary Union European Monetary System National Sovereignty
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