Introduction
in The British political elite and Europe, 1959–1984
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The introduction provides a comprehensive outline of the conceptual and core chapters, and an explanation as to how they substantiate the arguments made in this book. The arguments deployed are developed by a theoretical framework which clarifies the key concepts. The conceptual chapters on political elites and sovereignty are followed by a series of chronologically based chapters which provide supporting evidence for the main conclusion. The introduction includes a brief synopsis of the chapters, offering a description of what each chapter specifically focuses on. This includes the particular aspects of each chapter to be discussed and an explanation of how the issues raised will be examined and addressed. In addition, the introduction explains the role of the trajectories that are instrumental in assisting the substantiation of the books’ central argument.

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