Europe's Common Market is making the economic unioon of Europe a reality and is paving the way for political unity. "European nations," the author says, "are clearly ready to contemplate a form of union going further than anything yet accepted in Europe." The history, the role, the accomplishments, and the future effects of the European Community are his subject. Mr. Hallstein opens with a historical survey of developments leading up to the steps taken by Western European nations to establish the federal-type institutions of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) in 1952, and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) and the European Economic Community (the Common Market) in 1958. He examines the economic content and impact of the European Community, its meaning for Europe and the outside world, and then turns to its political significance. He says: "even the words 'economic union' are inadequate to describe the European Economic Community."
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