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International Interest Organizations and the Transmutation of Postwar Society

International Interest Organizations and the Transmutation of Postwar Society

By Martin Peterson

Almqvist and Wiksell, 1979, 720 pp.

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.