Raskin, Jonah, 1942-.
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Jonah Raskin (born January 3, 1942) is an American writer who left an East Coast university teaching position to participate in the 1970s radical counterculture as a freelance journalist, then returned to the academy in California in the 1980s to wr. .
Out of the Whale: Growing Up in the American Left: an Autobiography. Fox Publishing: New York, 1974). Environmental Law Virtual Guest Speaker Biography: Public Nuisance or Political Question? A Case Study of Connecticut v. American Electric Power, Virtual Guest Speaker Program, March 27, 2006. html November 8, 2008. gov November 9, 2008.
Autobiography of growing up in a left-wing American family - a social do.Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Out of the Whale: Growing Up in the American Left. Autobiography of growing up in a left-wing American family - a social documentary and personal statement.
In this context Jonah Raskin, at 34, publishes his autobiography, subtitled Growing Up in the American Left, which takes him from childhood in Communist family at the height of the purges through school as a member of the silent generation, to college to help begin the New Left, and then into an academic career and political retreat. In the long Columbia strike he endures lonely and bewildered reradicalization, and he spins through the turbulent desperation of 1968–71 to emerge as a political writer naked, confused and hopeful.
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com's Jonah Raskin Author Page. Out of the whale: Growing up in the American left : an autobiography Jan 1, 1974. "Eleanor Raskin" is the name that the FBI files referred to her as and what most people during the Weatherman period knew her by. However, she was only married for a brief time to Jonah Raskin. Montgomery, Paul L. "Last of Radical Leaders Eluded Police 11 Years," The New York Times, Section 1; Part 1; Page 38, Column 1, October 25, 1981, retrieved on November 10, 2008. Today, she goes by the name, "Eleanor Stein," and to avoid confusion, this article refers to her by that name throughout.