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Mad Men: The Kids Are Not Alright [Video]

Much of this season of Mad Men has been about the big-picture effects of the rapid societal changes of the late '60s, from the race riots to women in the workplace to the youth quake and the Rolling Stones, but this episode, "At the Codfish Ball," was all about shrinking the story down to micro-levels. It was the story of three daughters — Megan, Sally and Peggy — and and an attempt to
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