Christine Rosen in Commentary: “Perhaps we should view the Atlantic community of editors, writers, and readers as a kind of daily group-therapy session”

From a story on by Christine Rosen headlined “The Atlantic’s Nervous Breakdown”:

The Atlantic is one of the most prestigious magazines in the nation—and almost certainly its most lavishly funded. When Laurene Powell Jobs (whose net worth is approximately $22 billion) bought former owner David Bradley’s stake in the magazine in 2017, she ushered in an era of almost unimaginable expansion for a publication created before the Civil War. Under its editor, Jeffrey Goldberg, the Atlantic has added 100 new staff jobs. The once-staid monthly is now a round-the-clock Web content provider that releases dozens of new items a day.