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|ISBN:||0521584736 9780521584739 0521585678 9780521585675|
|Description:||xvi, 364 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Preface; Acknowledgements; List of abbreviations; Part I. 'We Will Do ...': 1. Introduction: 'We will do, and hearken'; 2. The transformation of Europe; 3. Fundamental rights and fundamental boundaries: on the conflict of standards and values in the protection of human rights in the European legal space; 4. The external legal relations of non-unitary actors: mixity and the federal principle; 5. The least-dangerous branch: a retrospective and prospective of the European Court of Justice in the arena of political integration; Part II. 'We Will Hearken ...': 6. Introduction: the reformation of European constitutionalism; 7. Fin-de-siecle Europe: do the new clothes have an emperor?; 8. European democracy and its critics: policy and system; 9. The autonomy of the Community legal order: through the looking glass; 10. To be a European citizen: Eros and civilisation; Index.|
'The Constitution of Europe is an important book about a mighty issue written by someone who is non-partisan. J. H. H. Weiler is an academic before he is a protagonist. He is well versed in the