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Beautiful Girl 3

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With Joyce's help, Abe Drexler "bumps into" Peggy at the local bar, where the two engage in a conversation about race and feminism. After Abe reacts dismissively to Peggy's assertions that women have it as bad as African-Americans, she leaves angry. The next day, Abe arrives at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce with an article he has written about corporate injustice towards women, titled "Nuremberg on Madison Avenue". When she reads the story, Peggy explodes in anger, as the article could get her fired.

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