United Kingdom official policy towards European economic integration, 1950-60
The argument of this thesis is summarised at length in the Conclusion. In briefest terms it is that from 1939 to 1950 British political leaders found it expedient to give general verbal support to broad schemes for European integration while at the same time resisting any developments in this field which might have encroached upon the sovereign legal authority of Parliament or have impaired the "special relationship" of the United Kingdom with the United States as co-partner in the...[Show more]
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