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Mad Men Unbuttoned by Natasha Vargas-Cooper
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Feb 15, 2012

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Basically, a collection of short essays giving some brief cultural context for Don Draper's smoke-filled, gin-soaked world . . . Or is it bourbon-soaked? Whatever the hell he drinks. There are a few interesting tidbits here, but it's mostly a broad overview of life and times in the 60's, with some cursory connections to our favorite Mad Men characters. A fun, light, bus-ride type read.

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