Chapter 1 Introduction: The Great Miscalculation.- Chapter 2 The Forty-Year "Neverendum" on the UK's Relationship with Europe.- Chapter 3 Renegotiating Terms of EU Membership Prior to the referendum.- Chapter 4 The EU Referendum Campaign.- Chapter 5 The Unfinished Business of Brexit.- Chapter 6 Rousseau's Revenge: The Political Philosophy of Brexit.- References.- Index.
"A brilliant treatment of the Brexit drama and its implications, which manages both to be concise and to provide many illuminating details of the historical and political context." (Ronald J. Granieri, Foreign Policy Research Institute, USA)
Andrew Glencross is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations, Aston University, UK. He has published widely on the politics of European integration in journals such as Journal of Common Market Studies, International Affairs, Political Studies, and The Political Quarterly. He is a Senior Fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia.
"Very readable and very to the point, Why The UK Voted For Brexit is a brave and altogether timely book, which absolutely needs to be read by anyone and everyone who actually cares about Britain and it's future." (David Marx, David Marx Book Reviews, davidmarxbookreviews.wordpress.com, July, 2017) "It is the first substantial treatment of the political processes underpinning the EU referendum ... . this work succeeds in carrying through a coherent message that combines historical, analytical and theoretical perspectives. ... Its detailed and historically sensitive discussion of the referendum process will nevertheless remain an important document for those seeking to understand this momentous event, while its theoretical foray opens up comparative analyses with broader global phenomena driven by `Rousseau's revenge'." (Chris Moreh, LSE Review of Books, blogs.lse.ac.uk, March, 2017)