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Integrated Europe?
Integrated Europe?
By Michael T. Florinksy
Macmillan, 1955, 182 pp.

In these considerations on the movement for European economic, military and political integration, Professor Florinsky concludes that intra-European coöperation efforts without supra-national features are the most promising and that the idea of integration as such is most probably a passing phase and should not be an aim of American policy.