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This week we sat down with the great Caitlin Flanagan of The Atlantic to discuss a few of her recent essays on the craziness of college admissions, what is happening on college campuses, the meaning of Jordan Peterson, and much more.
Caitlin Flanagan has written for The Atlantic since 2001 and is the author of two books: “To Hell with All That” and “Girl Land.” Her subjects have included modern family life, college admissions, adolescence, sexuality, and the culture wars. She was a finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize and she has won a National Magazine Award for Reviews and Criticism. Before becoming a writer, she was an English teacher and college counselor at Harvard-Westlake school.
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The Fury of the Prep-School Parents
Why the Left Is So Afraid of Jordan Peterson
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You notice that she never mentions Andrew Klavan in public. She’d probably be canceled….