World: EUROPE'S DREAMS OF UNITY REVIVE

For more than a decade, Charles de Gaulle imperiously blocked Europe's search for unity. Under his repeated rebuffs, most notably of Britain's attempt to enter the Common Market in 1963, the ideal of unification withered almost to the point of oblivion. Last week a fresh voice spoke from Paris. It was that of Premier Jacques Chaban-Del-mas. Reflecting the new policy of President Georges Pompidou, Chaban-Del-mas declared: "We are ready to go as fast and as far in the quest of European unification as our partners." To prove France's change of heart, the Premier...

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