CHATHAM HOUSE. Problems of British Entry Into the EEC. Reports to the Action Committee for the United States of Europe. London, Chatham House and PEP, 1969.
8vo. Original printed card wrappers, pp. 108; wrappers a little marked, otherwise very good, apart from underlining to the first paragraph of the main text.
A very scarce position paper by the independent think tank Chatham House, concluding that enlargement of the EEC will not result in watering down its zeal and mission. A pan-European consortium of politicians and economists contributed to the paper, which unfortunaly is now of merely historical interest.