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As the European Union drafts its Constitution, this text explores issues of legitimacy and subsidiarity in the debate about the future of Europe. It looks at the assumptions behind the Constitutional Convention and its working methods, as well as its implications for various reform processes in the European Union. It analyses the division of power within the Union and considers subsidiarity as one factor legitimising the political structures of Europe. In addition, the book provides an analysis of how the Constitutional Convention meshes with the broader process of elaborating a constition for Europe.