This two picture combination shows above: an Oct. 1, 1962 file photo of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, right, as he confers with his brother Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy at the White House in ... more 
This two picture combination shows above: an Oct. 1, 1962 file photo of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, right, as he confers with his brother Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy at the White House in Washingtonduring the buildup of military tensions between the U.S. and the Soviet Union that became Cuban missile crisis later that month; and below a TV publicity image released by AMC, which shows from left, Vincent Kartheiser as he portrays Pete Campbell, Jon Hamm as he portrays Don Draper and John Slattery as he portrays Roger Sterling in a scene from "Mad Men." The many long, strange trips that began in 1960 and led, today, to what we know as "the 1960s" can be looked at through several perspectives. One journey begins with the Kennedy era _ the uneasy segue from Eisenhower-era conformity and simmering discontent into the coming decade's tumult _ and comes out the other end as mod furniture, lounge music and the "Mad Men" cocktail-mixing iPhone app. (AP Photos/File, AMC) NO SALES less 
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