The European Union In The 1990s
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The European Union In The 1990s

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In The European Union in the 1990s, Dr Taylor presents an overview of the EU: what is now is, how it evolved into its present form, how the sense of identity with its citizens sustains it, and the relationship with the outside world which best suits it. It will be of interest to students of the European Union and anyone involved in the politics and practices of the EU.
Paperback, 204 pages
Published November 21st 1996 by Oxford University Press, USA
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Paul Taylor is one of the foremost American choreographers of our time. He began his career in the 1950s as a dancer and choreographer, retiring from performing in 1974. Known for his edginess and willingness to address the most sensitive of subjects, his dances often deal with man’s place within nature, love and sexuality, life and death, and iconic moments of American history. Taylor has receive...more
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