The Economic Consequences of General de Gaulle
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 27 Feb 1964, p. 270-278
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The Economic Consequences of General de Gaulle

Some quotes from the debate in the House of Commons in London on February 6th, 1964 on "Commonwealth Trade and Technical Assistance." What it all means in terms of the United Kingdom attempting to join the European Economic Community. Reasons for the change. The attitude of the British Labour Party towards the Common Market and Commonwealth. The speaker's view of this revival of Britain's entry in the Common Market. Some remarks about the future. The free world moving towards freer trade. Threats to success.