Marvin Olasky

Marvin is editor in chief of WORLD and the author of more than 20 books, including The Tragedy of American Compassion. His latest book is Reforming Journalism. Follow Marvin on Twitter @MarvinOlasky.

Pro-Gore press

| Media bias was evident, and so is Christ's command
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 11/11/00, 12:00 am

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Against the grain

| Bush-Gore is important, but so is Mitch-Diane-Nicole
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 11/04/00, 12:00 am

One of the advantages of editing this magazine is that I know what's coming in our pages and can occasionally use this column to cut against the grain. We have lots of political stories in this, our last pre-election issue, and you might think that this column would be my final fulmination about candidates. I do have one emphatic word of advice-Vote!-but I'd rather use this space to write about a nonpolitical November event, National Adoption Month.

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New Deal never died

| FDR fought fear but bulwarked big government, and his legacy lives
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 10/28/00, 12:00 am

The greatest surge of federal government growth, apart from wartime, came when Franklin Roosevelt took office in 1933. The crisis was real: Unemployment had risen from 1.6 million in 1929 to 12.8 million (25 percent of the labor force) early in 1933. Many more were semi-employed.

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