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The New Interdependence: The European Community and the United States
The New Interdependence: The European Community and the United States
Edited by Gordon K. Douglass
Lexington Books, 1979, 132 pp.

In the hope that a study of the European Community will throw light on problems of global interdependence, a group of stalwarts, mostly from the Community and the United States, discuss the coordination of policies, the enlargement of the Community, direct parliamentary elections and North-South tensions. With background, continuity and interpretation, Professor Douglass has turned the proceedings of this Pomona conference into a reasonably well-integrated volume.