With the adoption of the Single European Act in 1985 and the Maastricht Treaty in 1991, the EU began dealing forcefully with issues pertaining to monetary union, social policy, foreign policy, and constitutional reform. Public opinion became increasingly important as national governments began formulating policies based on decisions in Brussels, Strasbourg, and Luxembourg that affected domestic policies.
Recommended CitationRuffino '00, Jarrett (2000) "The European Union: Cross-National Variation in Public Support, 1993," Res Publica - Journal of Undergraduate Research: Vol. 5
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