6 October 2003 EU membership ends one social contract. Another one is needed–so hold referendums on the European constitution. Just two weeks after the last Central and East European candidate country held a referendum to join the EU, talk of another referendum–this time to approve a European constitution–might seem superfluous and foster a feeling of […]

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