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The Rise of Regional Europe

In this study, Christopher Harvie alters the ways in which we have traditionally surveyed the European past by setting the positive and negative aspects of the present European situation in their historical context. This textbook: reappraises the actors of "national" politics, the persistence of types of civic and internationalist discourse; looks at the transactions which have created "bourgeois regionalism" and its implications for the future of Europe; and provides case studies illustrating different aspects of the regionalism movement. Harvie argues that we are only beginning to realize the shift in consciousness, as well as in politics and administration, that an integrated Europe will involve.

 
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