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Contents: * Foreword by Nancy Bermeo * Some Lessons from the Fifteenth Anniversary of the Accession of Portugal and Spain to the European Union by Sebastian Royo and Paul Christopher Manuel * Shaping, not Making, Democracy: The European Union and the Post-Authoritarian Political Transformations of Spain and Portugal by Robert M. Fishman * European Integration and Civil Society in Spain by Kerstin Hamann * Portugal and Eastern Europe: After the Revolution, Democratic Europe by Luis Salgado de Matos * Portuguese Attitudes Towards EU Membership: Social and Political Perspectives by Marina Costa Lobo * Spaniards' Long March Towards Europe by Juan Diez-Nicolas * Spanish Membership of the European Union Revisited by Charles Powell * Portugal's European Integration: The Good Student with a Bad Fiscal Constitution by Jorge Braga de Macedo * Spain in the EU: Fifteen Years May Not Be Enough by Manuel Balmaseda and Miguel Sebastian * Redesigning the Spanish and Portuguese Welfare States: The Impact of Accession into the European Union by Ana Guillen, Santiago Alvarez and Pedro Adao e Silva * The Role of the State in the Labour Market: Its Impact on Employment and Wages in Portugal as Compared with Spain by Jose da Silva Lopes * The 2004 Enlargement: Iberian Lessons for Post-Communist Europe by Sebastian Royo * Portugal and Spain: A Fifteen-Year 'Quasi-Experiment' with European Integration in a Pair of 'Most Similar Systems' by Philippe C. Schmitter
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: European Union Spain, Spain Economic conditions 1975-European Union Portugal, Portugal Economic conditions 1974-Democracy European Union Countries