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European Unification as the New Frontier of Collectivism: The Case for Competitive Federalism and Polycentric Law

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07/30/2014Carlo Lottieri

In Europe, one of the most important contemporary debates concerns unification and the project to create a centralized state with a single currency, a democratic parliament, and a monopolistic government. In this context, the current crisis of the European Monetary Unit (EMU) becomes a good argument in favor of an even-more accelerated path toward the transfer of powers from the old nation states to Brussels and Strasbourg.

Volume 16, Number 1 (2002)

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Lottieri, Carlo. "European Unification as the New Frontier of Collectivism: The Case for Competitive Federalism and Polycentric Law." Journal of Libertarian Studies 16, No. 1 (2002): 23–43.

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