Wednesday, January 30, 2002

Better off in?

A rather counter intuitive account of the EU. Basically it argues that the American Federal government is more intrusive than the European Union, and Britain is best advised - for the sake of freedom, prosperity and tradition - to keep with the devil it knows. It gets a couple of things wrong (like the idea that EU states are allowed to unilaterally leave - they can only do so if all the other states agree) and I think that the thrust is wrong, but it seems to have been ignored by the Anglospheracists. Anyone, Carr, Murray, Bennet?


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