Mad Men

Mad Men

A Cultural History

Book - 2016
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For seven seasons, Mad Men asked viewers to contemplate the 1960s anew, reassessing the tumultuous era's stance on women's rights, race, war, politics, family relationships, and the American Dream. Booker and Batchelor offer an engaging analysis of the series, providing in-depth examinations of its many themes and nostalgic portrayals of the years from Camelot to Vietnam and beyond.
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, 2016.
ISBN: 9781442261457
Characteristics: xxii, 293 pages : illusttrated ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Batchelor, Bob - Author
Summary: For seven seasons, Mad Men asked viewers to contemplate the 1960s anew, reassessing the tumultuous era's stance on women's rights, race, war, politics, family relationships, and the American Dream. Booker and Batchelor offer an engaging analysis of the series, providing in-depth examinations of its many themes and nostalgic portrayals of the years from Camelot to Vietnam and beyond.

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