The 1975 Referendum on Europe

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  • Copyright: 2006-10-01
  • Publisher: Imprint Academic

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These books provide an analysis of the past, current and future relationship between the UK and the EU, treating the key overarching issues in the 1975 referendum and looking ahead to the prospect (eventually) of further referendums on the subjects of EMU and a European constitution. They offer a comprehensive review of the key issues regarding the conduct and outcomes of past and possible future referendums, drawing out significant features, debates, controversies, policies etc.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgementsp. 7
European Integration Timelinep. 8
Glossaryp. 12
List of Contributorsp. 23
An Overview of the 1975 Referendump. 31
Past, Present and Future of EU Membership
The Pre-History of the Referendump. 49
From Imperial Third Force to the 1975 Referendump. 60
Public Opinion and the 1975 Referendump. 77
Britain and the EU: Exit, Voice and Loyalty Revisited-Public Diplomacy Failure?p. 91
Reflections of the Participants
Lessons of the 1975 Referendump. 109
Full-Hearted Consentp. 117
Manoeuvres Towards the Referendump. 121
The Inside View from No. 10p. 128
Learning to Love the 'Rich Man's Club'p. 134
Reflections of a Euroscepticp. 140
No regrets: Then, Now or For the Futurep. 148
The 1975 Referendump. 153
Recollections of the 1975 Referendump. 158
The 1975 Referendum and Beyondp. 163
The New Roman Empirep. 170
The 1975 Referendum: Its Impact and Consequencesp. 176
1975 Referendump. 183
The Struggle to Preserve British Self-Governmentp. 190
Reflections of the 1975 Referendump. 196
Plus ca Changep. 207
Britain's New Deal in Europep. 213
Why You Should Vote Yesp. 223
Why You Should Vote Nop. 229
Results of the Referendum on Continued EEC Membershipp. 235
Bibliographyp. 239
Indexp. 243
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