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Twilight of the Mad Men

In his recent book 1959: The Year Everything Changed, Fred Kaplan provides a useful and entertaining account of the political, cultural, moral, and technological transformations that paved the way for the revolutions of the Sixties. Here is my review of the book, for the online edition of City Journal.

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A very generous review of what F. Kaplan chose to include in the work as well as an interesting and accurate disclosure of those events he chose to omit. I did find myself wondering, though, if he was uninterested or simply unaware of the historical events you brought to light.

In either case, the work appears to have been gently but irrevocably unveiled for the 'personally tailored' frolic through the 50s that it, essentially, was.

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