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Democracy Needs Dispute: The Debate on the European Constitution
edited by Cornelia Brüll, Monika Mokre and Markus Pausch
Campus Verlag, 2009
Paper: 978-3-593-38820-5
Library of Congress Classification JN40.D476 2009

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

In 2005 hopes for closer European integration were dealt a potentially fatal blow when French and Dutch voters rejected the proposed new European Union constitution. Going beyond the instant analysis of journalists, which placed blame for the failed vote on the two nations’ internal politics, Democracy Needs Dispute examines a collection of media accounts of European policy debates to argue that the problem with the EU is its relative lack of vibrant political conflict. Democracy Needs Dispute offers both up-to-date analysis and a rich theoretical understanding of the problems facing further efforts at European integration.



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