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  • Originally published 03/23/2015

    Museums Mad for Mad Men

    Bruce Chadwick

    It seems like everybody wants to honor the Mad Men show this spring. Museums, especially, are just mad for Mad Men.

  • Originally published 04/18/2013

    Ezra Klein: ‘Mad Men’ Should Make You Feel Better about Politics Today

    Ezra Klein is a columnist at the Washington Post, as well as a contributor to MSNBCThe season premiere of “Mad Men” ended with Don Draper staring at the front page of the New York Times from Jan. 1, 1968. “World Bids Adieu to a Violent Year,” reads the headline. (The Times story, by Murray Schumach, is real; you can read it here.)As in “Mad Men,” a sense of dread pervades the article. “Nations said farewell to a year of violence, tension, and economic uncertainty,” it reminds readers, who will soon discover that the new year brings even more lurid violence than the one just past. The accompanying photograph shows two people, backs to the camera, umbrellas open against a snowstorm, walking through a deserted Central Park. It’s bleak.