While Europe Slept - Part 3 pp 208-237 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 pp 208-237 Summary and Analysis

Increasing alienation and violence was the major trend in Western Europe. In Britain Home Secretary David Plunkett proposed a bill that would make it illegal to "stir up religious hatred."

When the European Union tried to get its constitution out, the people showed up in large numbers to turn it down. In 2004, it had not been the first draft of the constitution and had not been the first time it was turned down by the first two nations, France and the Netherlands. The people didn't want to accept the terms of the constitution. They wanted change, they wanted freedom, not to fall into the idea of what a united Europe meant in the eyes of the establishment. The establishment's response was to continue trying with the constitution, to keep holding ballots, because maybe one day the outcome...

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