The European rescue of the nation-state

  title={The European rescue of the nation-state},
  author={Alan S. Milward},
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  • Published 1 October 1993
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The first detailed history of the origins of the European Community, this is the sequel and companion to "The Reconstruction of Western Europe, 1945-51." In arguing that the purpose of European Community policies was not to supercede but to reinforce the nation-state, Alan Milward's original and controversial study cuts through accepted orthodoxies on a topic of immense importance today. Using material from archives in eight countries, Milward examines the European coal, iron, and steel… 
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