The 1994 European Elections focused public attention on the perception that representatives put integration above public interest. The contributors here critically assess the diagnosis of the ailment and the solutions that have been canvassed to remedy its causes and consequences.
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International Affairs, Vol 73, No 1, Jan 97
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German Politics, Vol 7, No 1
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