It's Even Worse in Brussels

Easley, Joe Tom
July 1977
New Republic;7/9/77, Vol. 177 Issue 2/3, p22
Focuses on various issues associated with the European Economic Community (EEC). Role of Brussels, Belgium in the continental affairs of Europe during the early 1960s; Information on the Commission of the European Communities, the chief administrative body of EEC; Treatment of the Commission by the member countries; Information on basic salaries and benefits for the members of the Commission of the European Communities; Controversy associated with the jobs offered by the Commission of the European Communities.


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