The Idea of Europe

The Idea of Europe

Author: Anthony Pagden

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521795524

Page: 377

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Discusses how a distinctive 'European' identity has grown over the centuries, especially with the EU.

Discusses how a distinctive 'European' identity has grown over the centuries, especially with the EU.



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