Napoleon Failed—Will We Succeed? (Towards a United States of Europe)
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 16 Nov 1967, p. 170-181
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Napoleon Failed—Will We Succeed? (Towards a United States of Europe)

Some impressions. The integration of Europe: a brief history. Two editorials which shed light on the path of this history, from 1965 France. Two choices: learning to co-exist in harmony with one another or entrusting to our children and our grandchildren a universe even more dangerous than the one we have already built. What Europe can contribute to the solution of world overpopulation. More history and the Schuman plan as the beginning of the United States of Europe. Why and how the European community was conceived. The future of the Community. Britain needed in this Europe as a full partner. The importance of the task of creating a United States of Europe.