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MIKE KINSLEY - boomer competition PDF Print E-mail

MIKE KINSLEY is a columnist for Bloomberg View. For many years he was the editor of The New Republic and a columnist for the Washington Post. He was the founding editor of Slate. He also served as editor of Harper's, editorial and opinion editor of the Los Angeles Times, American editor of The Economist, and managing editor of the Washington Monthly.

He has written regular columns for Time magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, Politico, and the Times of London. His writing has appeared in The New Yorker, the Readers Digest, The Daily Beast, Conde Nast Traveler, and other publications. For six years he was cohost of the CNN program Crossfire, appearing five nights a week opposite Pat Buchanan, John Sununu, and Robert Novak. He also was William F. Buckley's regular interlocutor on Firing Line and moderator of the Firing Line debates on PBS. Mike lives in Washington, DC, and Seattle with his wife, Patty Stonesifer.

I will talk about boomers and competitive longevity.

Mike Kinsley had no notes to share, because he “lost them in the chaos following
the event.” However, his topic, boomers and competitive longevity, touched on
some of the points he made in a 2008 piece in The New Yorker, “Mine Is Longer
Than Yours: The Last Boomer Game,” which you can read at
http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2008/04/07/080407fa_fact_kinsley ). And
see his blog, at http://mkinsley.com , for lots of other good stuff.—DS

 
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