The upcoming season of President Obama's favorite TV show will take place in '64, the year of the Civil Rights Act, Meet the Beatles!, the Stone's debut, Johnson's trouncing of Goldwater, and the Surgeon General's "revelation" that smoking causes cancer.
What will become of the men and women of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce who came of age in the staid '50s?
The producers of AMC's hit show are touting a season packed with "surprises." We think we have a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Here's Reason.tv's guide to what Season 4 of Mad Men will get right—and wrong—about the mid-60s.
"Mad Men Season 4: A Reason.tv Preview" is written and produced by Jim Epstein and Nick Gillespie, who also hosts.
Approximately 5 minutes.
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