American Liberalism and the Euston Manifesto

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This statement on “American Liberalism and the Euston Manifesto” has some interesting signatories, as well as intriguing comments:

We are frustrated in the choice between conservative governance that thwarts much needed reforms at home, on the one hand, and a liberalism which has great difficulty accepting the projection of American power abroad, on the other. The long era of Republican ascendancy may very well be coming to an end. If and when it does, we seek a renewed and reinvigorated American liberalism, one that is up to the task of fighting and winning the struggle of free and democratic societies against Islamic extremism and the terror it produces.

(Thanks to Andrew Sullivan for the tip.)

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