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A Proposal for European Union

  • Alan Sked
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Abstract

No less than forty-five million people died during World War Two. The vast majority of them were civilians, often killed under the most appalling circumstances. The vast majority, too, were Europeans, victims of what has been called ‘Europe’s Second Civil War’. It is little wonder, therefore, that after 1945 European statesmen should have sought to banish war for ever from the European Continent.

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Member State Majority Vote European Council European Legislation Founding Father 
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© The Bruges Group 1992

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  • Alan Sked

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