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"Mad Men" is winner of a third consecutive Emmy Award as best drama series.
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The "Mad Men" are back, and it's 1964 all over again. That would be AMC's saga of the glam Madison Avenue ad-agency world of the early- to mid-1960s. Season 4, which premiered Tuesday, re-connects viewers with dashing leading man Don Draper and cohorts, a handful of troubled, impeccably dressed characters who booze, smoke, schmooze and sex all day and night. This season begins in November of 1964, the year of the Beatles, the Civil Rights Act and the pivotal 1964 presidential election. Looking back, we can see how far we've come, culturally and politically - and what we have lost along the way.