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The Tanzam Railway

selves once again. The return of de Gaulle to power in France certainly contributed to the resurgence of European nationalism, His refusal to allow Britain into the Common Market was not due to my tears for the Community itself but from a belief that such a move was contrary to France's own interests. But the resurgence of French nationalism was, partly, at any rate, a response to the steadily growing German nationalism. De Gaulle had hoped to restrain the Germans by embracing them (hence the Franco-German Treaty of Friendship). Confronted with the failure of this policy Pompidou has decided instead to seek the help of the British, 'rven if this means enlarging the Common Market to include them.

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