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PostHistory in a Broader Context (Ronald Hilton, USA, 02/08/00 6:42 am)
are ambivalent about the EU. They feel closer to Americans and
Australians than they do to the French. The feeling seems to be
reciprocal. John Wonder writes:
I have long thought that the US and the British Commonwealth belong together politically, if not explicitly so. We have a way of leaving things unsaid, but acted upon. We have much of this already (which makes the French gnash their teeth). I would say leave things alone and let the cooperativeness develop naturally. I do not think that Britain really belongs with the EU, but with us.