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Parliament and Diaspora in Europe M. Germans or Foreigners? Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. A Potemkin Democracy? Democratizing the Union 6. Conclusion show more.

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Review Text "If you are interested in understanding the reasons and causes of the democratic disenchantment that is undermining the European project, Vauchez's book is a must read. Under Vauchez's inspired pen, the so-called independents come alive and become the dramatis personae of the European drama. Part Five. Part Five: David Ost.

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