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Heather Lynn Mac Donald is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute and contributing editor to the New York City Journal, and a former lawyer.[1]

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Career

She graduated from Berkeley College, Yale University in 1978[2] summa cum laude, studying literary deconstructionism, which she later repudiated.[3] She won a Mellon Fellowship to attend Clare College, University of Cambridge, receiving an M.A. in English literature. She returned to Yale in 1980 to work on a doctorate in comparative literature, but became dissatisfied with literary theory and withdrew after a semester. She graduated from the Stanford University Law School in 1985, later working for liberal Judge Stephen Reinhardt in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and for the United States Environmental Protection Agency, but no longer practices law.[4]

Personal beliefs

She has caused controversy in conservative circles by arguing that religion is not necessary for conservatism.[5] She is not religious herself, and has stated that it would be difficult to marry someone who regularly demonstrated piety, though she could marry someone who could joke about her atheism.[6]

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