European Union.

Host Bob Edwards talks with N-P-R's Michael Goldfarb about English reluctance to fully take part in the European Union. The Conservative party has made opposition to the single currency its major selling point in next week's election, and even the Labor candidate sounds subdued on the subject. Meanwhile, President Jacques Chirac (zhahk shi-ROK) of France called an early election for later this year, making it, in essence, a referendum on France's participation.



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