Mad Men's Existential Thrills

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September 28 Podcast

James Martin, S.J., analyzes the award-winning television show on AMC.
James Martin, S.J., America's culture, editor, looks at the first few seasons of the AMC television show "Mad Men" and the literary and philosophical themes it invokes, from Jean-Paul Sartre and Richard Yates to Flannery O'Connor.

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