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educator , writer

Marcus Goodman Raskin, American Writer, educator. Recipient University of Chicago Alumni award, 1971; Johns Hopkins Centennial fellow, 1976; citation award for distinguished educator Pennsylvania State Legislature, 1980. Board of directors Institute Southern Studies, 1977-1987; trustee Antioch College, 1965-1971;chairman SANE Education Fund.

Background

Raskin, Marcus Goodman was born on April 30, 1934 in Milwaukee. Son of Benjamin Samuel and Anna (Goodman) Raskin.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Chicago, 1954;Juris Doctor, University of Chicago, 1957.

Career

Advisor to, Congressional Liberal Project Group, 1959-1961;member special staff, National Security Council, 1961-1963;advisor, Bureau Budget, Washington, 1963;co-founder, co-director, Institute Policy Studies, 1963-1977;distinguished fellow, Institute Policy Studies, since 1978;professor government public policy, George Washington University, Washington, since 1993. Member Presidential Commision on Education Research and Development, 1963-1965, United States Disarmament delegate 18 Nation Geneva Conference, 1962. Consultant Office of Science and Technology, 1963-1965.

Works

Membership

Board of directors Institute Southern Studies, 1977-1987. Trustee Antioch College, 1965-1971;chairman SANE Education Fund.

Connections

Married Barbara Raskin (divorced). Married Lynn Randels, May 4, 1985. Children: Erika Raskin Littlewood, Jamin Ben, Noah Annin, Eden McArtor.

father:
Benjamin Samuel Raskin

mother:
Anna (Goodman) Raskin

spouses:
Barbara Raskin

Lynn Randels

children:
Erika Raskin Littlewood Raskin

Jamin Ben Raskin

Noah Annin Raskin

Eden McArtor Raskin