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Former ad exec shares the reality of advertising in the ’60s

Published 02/26/2012, Forum Communications

So you love “Mad Men?” Jane Maas lived it. Dubbed the “real-life Peggy Olson” by Ad Age magazine, Maas entered the sexist, martini-soaked, uber-creative world of Madison Avenue in the 1960s – an era now famously depicted on the hit AMC series, “Mad Men.”

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