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Will Marshall is one of the founders of the New Democrat movement, which aims to steer the US Democratic Party toward a more pro-economic growth orientation. Since its founding in 1989, he has been president of the Progressive Policy Institute, a think tank affiliated with the Democratic Leadership Council (DLC).
He served on the board of the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, an organization chaired by Joe Lieberman (I) and John McCain (R) designed to build support for the invasion of Iraq. Marshall also signed, at the outset of the war, a letter issued by the Project for the New American Century (PNAC) expressing support for the invasion. Marshall signed a similar letter sent to President Bush put out by the Social Democrats USA on Feb. 25, 2003, just before the invasion. The SDUSA letter urged Bush to commit to "maintaining substantial U.S. military forces in Iraq for as long as may be required to ensure a stable, representative regime is in place and functioning."
He writes frequently on political and public policy matters, especially the "Politics of Ideas" column in Blueprint, the DLC's magazine. Notably, he is one of the co-authors of Progressive Internationalism: A Democratic National Security Strategy.
Marshall holds a B.A. in English and History from the University of Virginia.
- Appearances on C-SPAN
- PPI's biography of Marshall
- Rightweb's profile of Will Marshall
- Progressive Policy Institute
- Progressive Internationalism: A Democratic National Security Strategy
- Matt Taibbi on Will Marshall vs. Michael Moore
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