http://www.theatlantic.com/about/images/wheat.gif Geoffrey Wheatcroft
Geoffrey Wheatcroft is a columnist for The Atlantic and Daily Express. He is also a frequent contributor to The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Guardian. In the late 1970s he was a columnist for The Spectator, and also its literary editor. In the following years he was first the editor of the "Londoner's Diary" in the Evening Standard and then that newspaper's opera critic. profiles
- The Randlords (1985), a study of South African mining magnates
- Absent Friends (1989), a collection of biographical sketches.
- The Controversy of Zion (1996), about the history of Zionism.
- The Strange Death of Tory England
Wheatcroft wrote an article about the Euston Manifesto, of which he is an integrant, and concluded:
- Maybe the Euston group should be less nervous of "leftist colonisers" as a term of abuse. They are, after all, right that the US and EU member states are democracies, and that the Arab countries are not. There is a plausible slogan to be added to their manifesto: "Progressive, democratic, imperialist, and proud of it." They might even provide some recruits for a new colonial office.
Articles by Wheatcroft
- ^Geoffrey Wheatcroft, They should come out as imperialist and proud of it: There is a progressive tradition of support for colonialism, which the Euston manifesto group could champion, The Guardian, 10 May 2006.