For all those "Mad Men" fanatics out there (and I know you’re there--whenever we post on that show we get loads of hits) here’s a provocative article on the ways that Arthur Miller’s midcentury "Death of a Salesman" anticipated some of the themes of AMC’s hit show. Mark Scalese, the author, is a Jesuit priest who is assistant professor of visual and performing arts at Fairfield University in Connecticut. He’s also someone we’ll be calling upon for our new "Culture" section, soon to be debuted in our magazine. You’ll see why after you read his piece here.
James Martin, SJ