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Mad Men Unbuttoned: A Romp Through 1960s America by Natasha Vargas-Cooper

“Possibly the richest of the Mad Men books...Mad Men Unbuttoned is a well-versed primer to the most literate show on television.” The New Yorker

Mad Men Unbuttoned is likely to become a trivia-lover’s bible, as well as recommended reading for the inevitable college media-studies courses on this pop-cultural phenomenon.” New York Review of Books

“Natasha-Vargas Cooper nails the 1960s and the ad industry during this fascinating era. A good, fast, joyful read.” —Nina DiSesa, Chairman, McCann New York

“A dazzling pop-culture history of the 1960s. [Natasha Vargas-Cooper’s] zeal for detail is unparalleled. This is an opinionated, sexy history book for those who hate studying.” Penthouse

“[Vargas-Cooper] focuses on advertising, design, film, literature, politics, sex, style and the workplace in order to probe ‘the most dramatic cultural shift in the 20th century’...the definitive companion book for the series.” Publishers Weekly

Mad Men Unbuttoned lends real-life context to the show’s most memorable scenes and references.” Interview

Mad Men Unbuttoned is like an easy, vibrant reference tool for the thirtysomething, Sixties-obsessed set.” Women's Wear Daily