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Europe Since 1980

  title={Europe Since 1980},
  author={Iv{\'a}n T. Berend},
Introduction 1. Europe approaches the 1980s: the dual crises (1968-1980) 2. The end of 'Two Europes' and European integration 3. The new cultural and political setting 4. The economic response to globalization. Recovery and growth. The integration of eastern and western Europe 5. Dramatic demographic and social changes, consumerism and the welfare state Epilogue. Quo vadis Europa? Bibliography. 
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