Understanding the European Union demands more than a review of its legal and political character. We must also understand its people: who they are, how they think of themselves in relation to others, and how they perceive the EU. Most Europeans still regard themselves mainly as citizens of the states in which they live, or as members of a national group, and only a few have taken to the idea that they are also Europeans.
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