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Marvin Olasky

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Marvin Olasky (born June 12, 1950) is a senior fellow of the Discovery Institute and an affiliate scholar at the Acton Institute. He also chairs the Zenger House Foundation, serves as a Zenger Prize judge, and is the author of 29 books. From 1992 through 2021, he edited World. Education and career Olasky was born in the city of Malden, Massachusetts, to a Russian-Jewish family. He graduated from Newton High School (now Newton North High School) in 1968 and from Yale University in 1971 with a B.A. in American studies. In 1976, he earned his Ph.D. in American Culture at the University of Michigan. He became an atheist in adolescence and a Marxist in college, ultimately joining the Communist Party USA in 1972. Olasky married and divorced during this period and, according to Olasky, broke each of the Ten Commandments except "Thou shalt not kill". He left the Communist Party late in 1973 and, in 1976, became a Christian after reading the New Testament and several Christian author
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