the funding would have existed that would disarm Frenchresistance to the whole EU concept and subsidise later rounds of expansion.
The only biography to have appeared in English, written by Alfred C. Mierzejewski, perhaps explains why Erhard has become the forgotten man of Europe’s post-war recovery. Erhard, it turns out:
reviled large domestic bureaucracies … For this reason, Erhard was very suspicious of the drive to create European institutions leading ultimately to a United Europe. He simply could not see the need for such a contrivance. Any such
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