What Goes Wrong? — II
The previous chapter challenged the neo-Tocquevillian conceptualization inherent in EU civil society policy by drawing attention to the political nature of civil society and the autonomous character of its actors. These conceptual problems of the EU are important as they are reflected in the shaping of its civil society policy, as well as the ways in which its instruments are employed, leading partially to the troubles discussed in Chapter 4.
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