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A presentation of Frence reactions to the prospects of European unity. Considering the views of Gaullists, opposition leaders, and the general public, the author finds that, while the Europe of shared facilities is accepted almost unanimously, rapid or systematic progress toward a unified Europe seems neither urgent nor even acceptable. A presentation of French reactions to the prospects of European unity. Considering the views of Gaullists, opposition leaders, and the general public, the author finds that, while the Europe of shared facilities is accepted almost unanimously, rapid or systematic progress toward a unified Europe seems neither urgent nor even acceptable.

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