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BC: I don't want to over-generalize, but I've witnessed men coming in with incredible confidence about their potential, and
my debut novel Copygirl chronicles the (ahem) fictional exploits of a female copywriter trying to beat the boys' club at their own inane game of keep-away. Not unlike Mad Men's Peggy Olson.
The actress tells HuffPost Live that playing Peggy helped her understand feminism.
For smoke gets in Betty's eyes, preventing her from seeing and thinking clearly, like her decision to leave her three children
Mary Wells Lawrence, advertising visionary, trailblazer and legend, shares the simple advice that has led her to get everything she has ever wanted: Double Yourself.
Now that Betty's story is literally ending, we see her going back to school -- but it is no coincidence that her efforts for self-fulfillment are going to be cut short.
If you're working your pioneer tush off to survive, then that's what's on your mind, survival. Not, "Hmm, did I remember
"It's not just a female idea, though. It's a male idea as well," Moss said. "I look at it as a woman, but I think it's a
"I would love to do a big, large, huge-budget sci-fi thing," Moss said. "Those are few and far between. They don't make a
Roger Sterling will definitely be one of the favorites of the Mad Men characters missed when the show concludes next year. But also I believe one of the other secondary characters will also be missed, and that is Harry Crane, acted by Rick Sommer.