Increased economic political integration of the European Community in 1992, combined with the penetration of national economies by the world market, make it necessary for the West European labor movements to shift their strategies in a less national and parochial direction. This is essential if they are to deal with multinationals, the mobility of labor, and the constant danger of capital flight, all of which threaten the existing welfare states and social programs. In matters of social polic...
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