Who are Europeans?
Who are Europeans?

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References

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Further reading
Seton-Watson, H. (1985) ‘What is Europe, where is Europe?’, Encounter, vol.377, pp. 9–17.
Steiner, G. (1995) ‘Culture: the price you pay’ in Kearney, R. (ed.) States of Mind, Manchester, Manchester University Press.
Paxman, J. (1998) The English: A Portrait of a People, London, Michael Joseph, especially Chapter 2 ‘Funny foreigners’.
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