Divided Loyalties: British Regional Assertion and European Integration

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Divided Loyalties: British Regional Assertion and European Integration

Edited by Martin Kolinsky
Manchester University Press, 1978
216 pp.
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The contributors to this symposium, all British political scientists, assess the constitutional implications of Britain's membership in the European Community and the possible devolution of power to national interests in Scotland and elsewhere. They conclude that both "Britain's nationhood" and the "continuance of her democratic regime" are threatened, a conclusion that seems unduly pessimistic.

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