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New Left Review I/23, January-February 1964

Andre Gorz

Common Market Agriculture

The difficulties which arise in the drafting of a ‘European’ agricultural policy are of interest because they illuminate the basic contradictions which exist within the Atlantic bloc, within the Common Market and within each of its member nations. These contradictions will not readily be resolved. But the way in which a solution is sought will be decisive for the development of the capitalist world and the balance of power within it.

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