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Harold Wilson and European integration, Britain's second application to join the EEC, edited by Oliver J. Daddow ; with a foreword by Baroness Williams of Crosby - cloth

Table Of Contents
Introduction : the historiography of Wilson's attempt to take Britain into the EEC / Oliver J. Daddow -- The labour party, public opinion and the 'second try' in 1967 / Anne Deighton -- The Conservatives and the Wilson application / Philip Lynch -- Gone native : the Foreign Office and Harold Wilson's policy towards the EEC, 1964-67 / Helen Parr -- Technological cooperation in Wilson's strategy for EEC entry / John W. Young -- The Confederation of British Industry and European integration in the 1960's / Neil Rollings -- A short-term defeat : the Community institutions and the second British application to join the EEC / N. Piers Ludlow -- John Bull v. Marianne, round two : Anglo-French relations and Britain's second EEC membership bid / Anthony Adamthwaite -- Dealing with de Gaulle : Anglo-American relations, NATO and the second application / James Ellison -- From imperial power to regional powers : Commonwealth crises and the second application / Philip Alexander -- 'We too mean business' : Germany and the second British application to the EEC, 1966-67 / Katharina Böhmer -- Ireland and Britain's second application to join the EEC / Jane Toomey -- Conclusion : the ironies of 'successful failure' / Peter Cattarall -- Appendix I : Labour cabinet ministers, October 1964-June 1970 -- Appendix II : Chronology of European integration and the British approach, 1964-70
Literary Form
non fiction
Based on papers presented at a conference held Jan. 2000 in association with the Institute of Contemporary British History
Physical Description
xvii, 298 p. ;, 24 cm

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