JFK's Womanizing: Why Americans Just Don't Care

kelly: How do you come up with your article topics? Do you usually come up with them yourself, or does The Atlantic ask you to write about certain things?
Wednesday July 11, 2012 3:57

Caitlin Flanagan: My editor and I are pretty good at coming up with subjects together - I'm currently writing about Marilyn Monore, which was his idea. Currently, I've been writing a series on famous women (including this piece on Jackie) and we've been choosing them together.

Okay everyone - thank you so much for these questions. It's been fun. Best, Caitlin
Wednesday July 11, 2012 3:59




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