International Interest Organizations and the Transmutation of Postwar Society

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International Interest Organizations and the Transmutation of Postwar Society

By Martin Peterson
Almqvist and Wiksell, 1979
720 pp.
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Interdependence, the realm between national sovereignty and supranationalism, is the main theme of this massive study by a Swedish scholar. Looking particularly at the European Community and its member states, the bulk of the study is a detailed and well-informed account of the activity of farmers' organizations and their role in postwar Europe.

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