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Liviu Damsa

Abstract

The systematic examination of the politicization of European integration in six Western European countries constitutes an impressive contribution of this book. The book also presents an imposing long-term quantitative-qualitative research method and it offers a number of theoretical propositions which could be extended to the study of politicization across Europe, in spite of the limitation of the study to selected Western European countries. 

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