- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- List of Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Bringing Public Opinion Back in
- 3 A Typology of Orientations
- 4 Trends and Contrasts
- 5 Economic Calculus or Familiarity Breeds Content?
- 6 Development of Support: Diffusion or Demographic Replacement?
- 7 Support for Integration: Élite or Mass‐Driven?
- 8 Europeans and the Nation State
- 9 Is There a European Identity?
- 10 Trust and Sense of Community
- 11 Policy, Subsidiarity, and Legitimacy
- 12 Democratic Legitimacy and the European Parliament
- 13 The View from Within
- 14 The View from EFTA
- 15 The View from Central and Eastern Europe
- 16 NATO, the European Community, and the United Nations
- 17 Conclusion: European Publics and the Legitimacy of Internationalized Governance
- Author Index
- Subject Index
- (p.1) 1 Introduction
- Public Opinion and Internationalized Governance
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Richard Sinnott (Contributor Webpage)
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