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How Can Europe Survive
How Can Europe Survive
By Hans F. Sennholz
Van Nostrand, 1955, 336 pp.

A survey of the various proposals and organizations for European political unification and economic coöperation. The author, while favoring unification, is sharply opposed to interventionist and "welfare" policies. In his view "only the system of individual liberty and the unhampered world economy can provide the enormous advantages of the international division of labor and provide the milieu for nations to live in peace."