This Article analyzes whether the Act [the Single European Act] will aid European unification. Part I argues that a realistic and balanced assessment of its results is possible through a comparison of the final outcome of its negotiations with the Act’s original objectives, in light of the political realities of the Community. Part II briefly chronicles the recent history of European political operation. Part III discusses the effect of the Act on the power of the Community over the Member States. Part IV analyzes the decision making processes provided for by the Act.
The Single European Act: Attempt At An Appraisal,
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