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Mad Manspreading?

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“Keep it up, and even if you do get my job you’ll never run this place. You’ll die in that corner office, a midlevel executive with a little bit of hair who women go home with out of pity. Want to know why? Because no one will like you.”[1]

The poohbahs of the manosphere often put me in mind of the Stalinist shop steward played by Peter Sellers in I’m All Right, JackRead more …

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Don Draper’s Last Diddle
The Finale of Mad Men

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Having followed Mad Men from the start, with initial enthusiasm[1] gradually tempered by the increasingly exposed triumphalist agenda,[2] I found the series finale, pumped (or pimped) by the network as “the end of an era,” Read more …

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“This is a shirtsleeve operation”:
Judaic Crypsis in the Final Season of Mad Men

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Caddy Danny Noonan (working-class Irish American): “I planned to go to law school after I graduated, but it looks like my folks won’t have enough money to put me through college.”

Judge Smails (rich WASP): “Well, the world needs ditch diggers, too.”

Caddyshack (Harold Ramis, 1980)

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Welcome to the Club:
The Rise & Fall of the Männerbund in Pre-War American Pop Culture

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We Boys Together: Teenagers in Love Before Girl-Craziness
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“I, state name here, [but everyone just repeats Stymie’s name], a member of good standing of the He-Man Woman-Haters Club, do solemnly swear to be a he-man and hate women and not play with them or touch them unless I have to and especially never fall in love and, if I do, may I die slowly and painfully and suffer for hours or until I scream bloody murder.” — The Little Rascals[1]  Read more …

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Mad Men Jumps the Gefilte Fish
Part Three: The Country of the Blind, Continued

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“You’ll hang higher than Haman!”

Today’s Mad Men, though set in the same era as Advise and Consent, portrays a very different world — in fact, an inversion. Read more …

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Mad Men Jumps the Gefilte Fish
Part Two: The Country of the Blind

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“Here Punch does a mean trick, very unworthy of his Satanic character. Read more …

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Mad Men Jumps the Gefilte Fish
Part One: Missed Collegiality

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“Only act with Honourable Men: You can trust them and they you. Their honour is the best surety of their behaviour even in misunderstandings, Read more …

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“Somebody Has to Talk Up”

Emma West and son: Somebody has to "talk up" for England

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I saw the new film My Week With Marilyn the other night. I’ll leave it to Trevor Lynch or someone else to give the film a proper review, but what I’d like to focus on here is the recent spate of films and TV shows that hark back to the late fifties and early sixties. Read more …

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Mad Männerbund?

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In the first couple chapters of Men Among the Ruins . . . Julius Evola outlines the nature of the State as constituted by Authority from above (as opposed to from below, as in democracy or party dictatorship), as represented by an Order of men, “who differentiate themselves from the masses as the bearers of a complete and legitimate authority,” originating in the primitive Männerbünde. Read more …

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