Mimi Haleyi, a Weinstein accuser, and her attorney at a news conference in New York, Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017.Seth Wenig / AP

“We are only two months into the so-called Weinstein effect,” Atlantic culture writer Megan Garber told me on our call Monday. “Two months, in the grand scheme of things, is no time at all.” A story as big as the sexual-harassment revolution, in other words, could still get a lot bigger or change in ways we haven’t anticipated. In today’s issue, I’ll revisit the call with Megan to reflect on what’s happened so far and what might be yet to come. And I’ll announce a special Masthead experiment in collaborative journalism.

Megan Garber dissects the Weinstein effect

Here’s what I learned from our call on Monday.

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