The European Federalist Papers

The European Federalist Papers

by Leo Klinkers, Herbert Tombeur
     
 

Robert A. Levine – former high official of the United States Federal Government – wrote in the New York Times of 9 January 1999 an article entitled: “What the EU Needs Is a Copy of ‘The Federalist Papers’.” Levine makes this remark at the start of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). He explains that in the quest for full

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Robert A. Levine – former high official of the United States Federal Government – wrote in the New York Times of 9 January 1999 an article entitled: “What the EU Needs Is a Copy of ‘The Federalist Papers’.” Levine makes this remark at the start of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). He explains that in the quest for full economic integration, Europe could learn some useful lessons from the United States. This has not happened. Europe began an economic adventure without the support of a proper form of governance. The economic crisis in Europe has made the consequences of that shortcoming clear.

Now, over ten years after Levine’s call the European Federalist Papers are here. A private initiative by three federalists. Bearing in mind the emphasis that Levine puts on ‘lessons’ we write the Papers consistently from best practices.

In 26 Papers we explain why the current operating system of the European Union is no quiet possession, driving the Union into an abyss. Therefore, this intergovernmental system should make way for a federal organization. To convince anti-federalists that this is no superstate, we conclude the Papers with a design for a compact federal European Constitution.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045990967
Publisher:
Jakub Jermá
Publication date:
06/02/2014
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
310,991
File size:
1 MB

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