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British national identity and opposition to membership of Europe, 1961-63

Robert F. Dewey

British national identity and opposition to membership of Europe, 1961-63

the anti-Marketeers

by Robert F. Dewey

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Published by Manchester University Press, Distributed in the U.S. by Palgrave Macmillan in Manchester, New York, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-238) and index.

StatementRobert F. Dewey, Jr
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC241.25.G7 D494 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 251 p. ;
Number of Pages251
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24581003M
ISBN 100719078717
ISBN 109780719078712
LC Control Number2010277316
OCLC/WorldCa268792535

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This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the opponents of Britain’s first attempt to join the European Economic Community (EEC), between the announcement of Harold Macmillan’s new policy initiative in July and General de Gaulle’s veto of Britain’s application for membership in January Cited by: 5.

British national identity and opposition to membership of Europe, The anti-Marketeers by this study examines the role of national identity in shaping both the formulation and articulation of arguments put forward by these opponents of Britain’s policy. only passing reference is made to domestic opposition.

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British National Identity and Opposition to Membership of Europe, The anti-Marketeers by Robert F. Dewey JR Article in Nations and Nationalism 16(2). This book is about Britain's membership to the EEC. It provides a comprehensive rendering of the views and activities of the anti-Market movement and discusses ‘low political’ protest and populism of the kind exercised by Fleet Street crusaders.

It argues that constructions of Britishness or national identity, whether reflexive or calculated, dominated both the genesis. Dewey, R. Jr., British National Identity and Opposition to Membership of Europe, – The Anti-Marketeers (Manchester: Manchester University Press, ) Dockrill, S., Britain's Retreat from East of Suez: The Choice between Europe and the World.

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In the British case national identity was built on the edging together of state and nation over a long history of political compromise and on a series of modern wars in which the Anglo-British state was remarkably successful.

So closely did the British peoples appear to identify with aspects of this settlement, the political class has long been. Get this from a library. British national identity and opposition to membership of Europe, the anti-marketeers. [Robert F Dewey] -- Robert Dewey provides a comprehensive examination of the forces that aligned against Britain's first attempts to join Europe debate on national identity organised by the French government.

Though taking place across Europe, it is taking different forms according to the specific history and traditions of every country. Britishness has become a major theme in the British political debate since the end of the second. The relevance of nation and national identity in present-day europe.

1We are faced with a paradox today: on the one side, at the end of the “long Twentieth century”, the “age of nationalism” (Rejai, ) seems to have come to an applies particularly to Europe. After two devastating World Wars, the inclination to war as a means to dissolve international.

This study patterns national identity over a number of important historical milestones and brings the debates over Europe up-to-date with an analysis of recent happenings including the referendum on Scottish independence, the global economic crisis and the current crisis in Syria.

Greencastle, Ind. — Robert F. Dewey Jr., assistant professor of history at DePauw University, is the author of British National Identity and Opposition to Membership of Europe, The new book is published by Manchester University Press.

Britishness is the state or quality of being British, or of embodying British characteristics. It comprises the claimed qualities that bind and distinguish the British people and form the basis of their unity and identity, and the expressions of British culture—such as habits, behaviours, or symbols—that have a common, familiar or iconic quality readily identifiable with the United .British Social Attitudes 31 National identity NatCen Social Research 4 Defining British identity We assessed how people think of national identity by asking the following questions as part of theand British Social Attitudes surveys: Some people say that the following things are important for being truly British.A national identity of the English as the people or ethnic group native to England developed in the Middle Ages arguably beginning with the unification of the Kingdom of England in the 10th century, but explicitly in the 11th century after the Norman Conquest, when Englishry came to be the status of the subject indigenous population.

From the eighteenth century the terms .