Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Is Mad Men glamorizing sexism or critiquing it?

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The runaway AMC hit Mad Men, about a sexist and racist 1960s ad firm, features several strong, proto-feminist women characters (Peggy Olson!)
But is Mad Men glamorizing sexism or critiquing it?
Before the much-awaited Season 4 premier on Sunday, Ms. weighs in: Is Mad Men feminist?
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