Ways in which European community matters are treated in national parliaments.
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Ways in which European community matters are treated in national parliaments. by Millar, David.

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Published by [s.n.] in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Paper to be presented to the ECPR workshop: "The changing patterns of relationships between the European Parliament and National parliaments" Grenoble, 6-11 April 1978. -titlepage.

ContributionsEuropean Consortium for Political Research., Changing Patterns of Relationships between the European Parliament and National Parliaments (Workshop) (1978 : Grenoble)
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