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Excellent for students
on 23 December 2000
This is an excellent resource for students, or anyone, studying the European Union.
In typical Economist clarity and defined understanding, the book goes through all of the major policies of the EU, with a brief history at the beginning to set an understanding for the folllowing chapters.
The book also contains many excellent suggestions for futher reading on key topics, such as enlargement and the Common Agricultural Policy.
The book also discusses many topical issues of today - for example, how and should Regional Policy be improved, what are the consequences of enlarging the EU, and should the CAP be scrapped?