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Introduction

  • David Butler
  • Uwe Kitzinger

Abstract

Thursday, June 5, 1975 saw the first nationwide referendum in British history. The electorate were asked, ‘Do you think that the United Kingdom should stay in the European Community (the Common Market)?’ Seventeen million voted Yes and eight million voted No.

Keywords

Common Agricultural Policy European Economic Community Labour Party Free Trade Area British People 
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Notes

  1. Miriam Camps, Britain and the European Community 1955–1963 (Oxford, 1964),Google Scholar
  2. Uwe Kitzinger, The Challenge of the Common Market, 4th ed. (Blackwell, 1962),Google Scholar
  3. 4.
    See S. Z. Young Terms of Entry (Heinemann, 1973)Google Scholar
  4. Uwe Kitzinger Diplomacy and Persuasion (Thames and Hudson 1973) Part One.Google Scholar
  5. Douglas Evans, While Britain Slept — The Selling of the Common Market (Gollancz, 1975).Google Scholar
  6. 7.
    See Philip Goodhart, Referendum (Stacey, 1971),Google Scholar
  7. S. Alderson, Yea and Nay? Referenda in the United Kingdom (Cassell, 1975),Google Scholar
  8. J. Grimond and B. Neve, The Referendum (Rex Collings, 1975).Google Scholar
  9. 8.
    N. Blewett, The Peers, the Parties and the People: the General Elections of 1910 (Macmillan, 1972) p. 177.Google Scholar

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© David Butler and Uwe Kitzinger 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • David Butler
    • 1
  • Uwe Kitzinger
    • 1
  1. 1.Nuffield CollegeOxfordUK

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