In Defense Of Harry Crane

On last week's "Mad Men," "The Flood," Pete and Harry shared a tense moment over Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination: Harry was going on and on about how the tragedy impacted TV ad space; Pete, for once a moral compass, reminded him it was "a shameful, shameful day." How does Rich Sommer defend his character's insensitive, if not totally racist, reaction to King's death?


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