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Can Don Draper survive the ’60s?

In an interview best remembered for being the one in which he said he had no working toilet, Vincent Kartheiser, "Mad Men’s" unsatisfiable Pete Campbell, described “Mad Men” as “a portrait of white men doing their stuff, just as their power is coming under threat.” Through five seasons the threat to the white guys of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce has largely been existential.