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Max Lerner
Max Lerner (1902–1992) was a Russian Empire-born American journalist and educator known for his controversial syndicated column. Maxwell Alan Lerner was born on December 20, 1902 in Minsk, in the Russian Empire, the son of Bessie (Podel) and Benjamin Lerner. His Russian-Jewish family emigrated to the U.S. in 1907, where his father sold milk door to door. Lerner earned a B.A. from Yale University in 1923. He studied law there, but transferred to Washington University in St. Louis for an M.A. in 1925. He earned a doctorate from the Brookings Institution in 1927.[citation needed]
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Born: 1902, Minsk
Died: 1992, New York City

Alternate Names: Lerner, Max, Lerner, Max, 1902-, Лернер, М. 1902-1992 (Макс),, Lerner, Mikhail, Лернер, М 1902-1992, Lerner, Maxwell Alan, Lerner, Max, 1902-1992
Occupation(s): journalist, writer
Employer(s): Williams College, Brandeis University, Harvard University
Associated Place(s): United States