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Topic - Kim Washburn
Author Kim Washburn said she was unable to interview Palin and didn't speak with anyone close to her.
Washburn said she researched previously published material, including Palin's best-selling memoir, "Going Rogue: An American Life," and news articles, many of which Washburn said were "really polarized" and complicated her efforts to focus more on the personal side of Palin than on the political side.