As I mentioned a couple weeks ago, much of the first few years of Playboy were reprints.
From February 1956
all this talk about Harvey Weinstein that has been in the news this weekend, I hear some of his apologists' rhetoric referred to as “The Mad Men defense”, which I hadn't heard before by name. The idea is that because somebody grew up in a different time, their antiquated values can be forgiven. I would agree in some cases, like when an older comedian lets a racial slur slip, or even often in this blog when something problematic shows up in an old cartoon or song, but I don't buy it for him since he grew up in the 70s and still working. This is the type of thing where the Mad Men defense would apply. From May 1956.
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