Euston Manifesto United States

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On 12 September 2006, The Euston Manifesto website published a new statement supported by a list of American signatories, 'American Liberalism and the Euston Manifesto'.[1]This list was also published on a dedicated US website.[2]. The statement was also published on the website of the American magazine Telos. [3]

Boston Globe columnist Cathy Young described the signatories as 'truly a varied group':

A few, such as American Enterprise Institute scholar Michael Ledeen, could be described as conservative. Some, notably Martin Peretz, editor-in-chief of The New Republic, are noted "liberal hawks" with the reputation of right-wing Democrats. Many others are liberals: emeritus Harvard professor sociologist Daniel Bell; Progressive Policy Institute president Will Marshall, the founder of the Democratic Leadership Council; noted psychiatrist Walter Reich; feminist legal scholar and City University of New York professor Cynthia Fuchs Epstein.[4]

Jeffrey Herf wrote about the US initiative:

In late summer, the Euston Manifesto group in London helped to put the American signers of the statement in touch with one another via e-mail. I wrote a draft of an American liberal's response. Following several weeks of discussion with Russell Berman (Stanford), Thomas Cushman (Wellesley), Richard Just (The New Republic), Andrei Markovits (University of Michigan), Robert Lieber (Georgetown), and Fred Siegel (Cooper Union), we agreed on the revised text of "American Liberalism and the Euston Manifesto." We then sought support from prominent intellectuals and scholars. The Euston Manifesto group agreed to post it on its website. The statement and the list of signers was posted on September 12, 2006, and is available here) or by clicking on the "International" icon at the Euston Manifesto website).[5]

Herf also announced a related American website, newamericanliberalism.org, which is now defunct.

US statement signatories

Authors

Original signatories

Other Signatories

Marc Tretin Wallace Edward Brand Jonathan Gallant, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Rev Andrew Davis Eric Trachtenberg Howard Epstein, PEN, former publisher, visiting scholar, the Hoover Institution
Fabian Biancardi PhD, Riverside Community College Daniel Reich, Johns Hopkins University Jeanne Rutenburg, University of Maryland History Dept.
Jeremy Brown, www.whoknew.us Donald Sutherland, Professor of History, University of Maryland Gary Smith, Executive Director, American Academy in Berlin
Joseph Bendersky Stephen Morris, Johns Hopkins University. SAIS Michael Miller, Student, University of Virginia
Gur Hirshberg Marc Schulman, americanfuture.net Richard Hoynes Hamburgische Staatsoper
Benny Morris Samuel Fleischacker Philosophy, University of Illinois-Chicago Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Distinguished Professor, Graduate Center, CUNY
Hal Plotkin, Trustee, Foothill-De Anza Community College District Governing Board of Trustees Norman J.W. Goda, Department of History, Ohio University Alan Wheat
Stephen Johnson, Ph.D. candidate, History, Univ. of Maryland at College Park Phyllis Chesler, Emerita Professor, CUNY Jill McKibben
Michael Ledeen, Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute Ellen Williams Melissa Dixon
Alex Roberts, Program Associate, The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program Stephen R. Thomas, Columbus, OH Joshua Thomson
Elliot Sperling, Prof. Indiana University Michael Weinfeld Jim Resh
Mitch Lear Matthew Dallman, Composer, Editor-in-chief POLYSEMY Jim Dayton
Angelique Zeringue, Data Analyst, Washington University Susan Cogan, www.coganbooks.net Mark Warschauer, Education, University of California, Irvine
Jonathan Dresner Marc Malon Brian Dickenson
Nick Goldberg, Department of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University Michael Weiss, Associate Editor www.jewcy.com Steve Lewan
Michael Stuber Marcus Engstrom A. Jay Adler, Professor of English, Los Angeles Southwest College
Davey Leslie, inxweb.com/index/ Jonathan Zasloff, Law, UCLA David Forbes, Journalist, theautarky.blogspot.com
Seth Armus, Associate Professor of History, St. Joseph's College (NY) Louis Menashe, Polytechnic University, New York Mark Onken
Daniel Treiman, Editor, The Brooklynite, www.thebrooklynite.com John Kneeland, University of Pennsylvania Anna Kipnis
Anthony Robinson, University of Louisville George Truman Welch, Rector, Episcopal Parish of the Good Shepherd waban ma Wayne Jones, Attorney at law
Evan Goldwyn, Teacher David Cahan, Professor of History, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Maureen McGinnis
Matt Lewis, University of Minnesota Michael Nau, graduate student; University of California, Riverside. Philip Epstein, Nurse - Boston, MA
Joshua Friedman, Attorney at Law, Boston, Massachusetts Harriet Baber, Philosophy, University of San Diego Allis Radosh
Hilke Breder Phillip Nguyen, Tufts University Robert Lerman, Professor of Economics, American University
Natan Sznaider, Academic College of Tel-Aviv-Yaffo Ralf Balke Russell Tafoya
Jim McNamara, University of Cape Town, South Africa Ari Akkermans, Wissenschaftlich Mitarbeiter, Hermann Cohen Akademie Markku Auramo, Master of Science in the University of Helsinki Finland
James Vanlint Runi Mukherji, Professor of Psychology, SUNY College at Old Westbury Byron Connell
Bill Baar baarswestside.blogspot.com Ellen Klempner, College of Charleston Charlotte Pressler, Professor, South Florida Community College
Nancy Hurley Robert W. Wildblood, Lecturer in Psychology, Indiana University Kokomo John Gelles Owner - www.ustaxreform.us
John W. Carlson, Chair, Dept. of Philosophy, Creighton University Omer Bartov, Professor Lorenz Gude, Blogger www.yankeewombat.com
Chad Goldberg, Assist. Prof. of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison Raphael Marcus Charles Barton www.xanga.com/bartoncii
Arthur Bierman, Professor of Physics Emeritus, the City College of CUNY Kenneth Dauber, Professor of English, SUNY at Buffalo Morris Dickstein, Center for the Humanities, CUNY Graduate Center
Jason Potter, Instructor, Philosophy, University of Colorado at Boulder Jon Erickson, Department of English, Ohio State University Paul Steiner
Eliot Cohen, Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies Shoshi Bacon Peter R. Rosenblatt, Lawyer, former ambassador
Mark Cenczyk Dave Matthews, Mathematics Department, Minnesota West Community and Technical College Tom Yamartino
Michael Granoff, President, Maniv Energy Ventures Irene Graves, Attorney at Law Johannes De Silentio, www.jdsilentio42.blogspot.com
Barry Millis David Silverman, Assoc. Professor of Medicine University of Connecticut School of Medicine Derek DeLia, Center for State Health Policy, Rutgers University
Christopher Morris, Professor of Philosophy, University of Maryland Gad Ranon, Ambassador of Israel (ret.) Stephen Retherford, hoosierinva.blogspot.com
Michael Allen, Editor, Democracy Digest Brian Marksberry Barry Rubin, Director, Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center; Editor, Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA) Journal; Editor, Turkish Studies
Julia Hell, associate professor of german studies, university of michigan Brad Rappaport Frederick Robinson
Thomas Braun Gabriel Brahm Visiting Assist. Prof., UC Santa Cruz; Assist. Prof., Bilkent Univesity, Ankara, Turkey James Davison Hunter, Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, University of Virginia
Daniel Delaney, Computer/Network Systems Technologist Benjamin Hosen Richard Breitman, Professor of History, American University
Robert Buch, University of Chicago Jean Cahan, Philosophy and Judaic Studies, University of Nebraska Michael Shay
Simon Spitalny, AIChE Eric Limbach, Graduate Fellow, Department of History, Michigan State University Lorna Salzman, Environmental writer/activist, lornasalzman.com
Terrance Carroll, Photographer Joshua Brook Steven Nider, Progressive Policy Institute
Nassau W. Senior, Professor Ervin Schleifer, Vice Chair, Liberal Party of New York State Diana Muir, writer
Gregory Katzin, History Instructor, Logan-Rogersville High School Marc Danziger, www.windsofchange.net Drew Ames, High School History Teacher
Kevin Sturr Zachary Fuchs, University of Pennsylvania James Aune, Communication, Texas A&M University
Charles Mathewes, University of Virginia Gerard Bradley, Research Director, New Mexico Voices for Children Stavros Vourloumis
Josh Strawn, www.newhymns.blogsot.com Ethan Deneault, Physics, University of Tampa Gerard Bradley
Tyee Ingkhai Andrew Murphy Evan Tucker
Alan Avans], Executive Director, Christian Democratic Union USA Malcolm MacKinnon David B. Caryll
John Start, Doctor of Chiropractic Jeremy Wynne Rebecca Lesses, mystical-politics.blogspot.com
Edward Willett, www.edwardwillett.com Tereska Torres, writer Jay A. Gupta, Assist. Prof. of Philosophy at Lebanese American University
Gary Peterson Martin Dickinson Eugen Tarnow, Ph.D.
Warren Clark, Lawyer David Feldman, Professor of Economics Gad Abadi
O. Ralph Raymond, Professor Emerlitus, Political Science, DePauw University Tom Lloyd, Professor of Literature, Georgia Southern University Sheila Levin, writer, www.crowsnestrealty.com
William Weiss, Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University Colin Weil, Filmmaker, Activist Blaine O'Neill
Kim Ezra Shienbaum, Associate Professor of Political Science,Rutgers-Camden Peter Ross Range, Editor, Blueprint Magazine Michele Marcus, Professor, School of Public Health, Emory University
Martin Solomon, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Florida Atlantic University Barbara Parks, physician in Virginia Samuel Helfont, Grad Student, Middle Eastern History, Tel Aviv University
Sarah Feuer, MA Student, Middle Eastern History, Tel Aviv University Marc Foca, MD, Assist. Prof. of Pediatrics, Columbia University, NY Peter Horne[6]



References

  1. American Liberalism and the Euston Manifesto, by Jeffrey Herf et. al., eustonmanifesto.org, 12 September 2006.
  2. Euston U.S. Sign the statement, accessed 22 April 2008.
  3. American Liberalism and the Euston Manifesto, Telos, 10 September 2006.
  4. A manifesto for those who reject the extremes, by Cathy Young, The Boston Globe, 9 October 2006.
  5. The New Republic Online: American Liberalism And The Euston Manifesto, Jeffrey Herf, eustonmanifesto.org, 10 October 2006.
  6. Jeffrey Herf, et. al., American Liberalism and the Euston Manifesto, eustonmanifesto.org, 12 September 2006.