They Couldn't Say No
by Fulton, Harvey
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A rare romance novel about two cynical young advertising executives published at the dawn on the Great Depression, when such stories of affluent city slickers tended not to sell well. At least one contemporary review was miffed at the lack of a critique of the ad industry herein but the book went through at least two printings, so it must have sold somewhat well. The title refers to the protagonists, who just can't say "no" to a lady nor to a stiff drink. They often diss their line of work as a racket, but generally cavort like prototypical Mad Men.
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- Burnside Rare Books, ABAA (US)
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- They Couldn't Say No
- Fulton, Harvey
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- First Edition
- Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
- advertising, madison avenue, ad, business, men, mad men
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