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Hmm... Technically, I suppose all of these answers are somewhat opinion-based, but I would personally plan a bit longer than 1.5 hrs for a layover to an international flight at ATL. I usually try to plan at least that long even for domestic layovers there. While Michael is correct that, if you did miss your flight, they would put you on the next available ...
If your flight into Atlanta is domestic (originating in the US), you should be fine. The International terminal is quite a ways away from the domestic terminal, but the light train goes there. On the return, 1.5 hours may be cutting it close, as you'll have to go through customs during that time. But for your outbound flight, I expect no problem.
Atlanta airport is huge (the biggest in the world, IIRC), but well organised. If your baggage is checked through, one and a half hours are enough for transit between a domestic flight to an international flight. The train that connects the terminals is very easy to find and use. Of course, if your arrival is delayed you might still miss the connection, but ...
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