"So side-splittingly funny, yet so dark with doom." — Boston Herald
Between the three-martini lunches and Scotch around the clock, it's hard to believe that the advertising executives of the Sixties could remain conscious, let alone conduct business. How did they do it? The answer lies in this authentic document from Madison Avenue, circa 1962. Learn the bleary-eyed secrets behind calling in sick, avoiding phone calls, and other boardroom shenanigans.
Reprint of The 24-Hour Drink Book: A Guide to Executive Survival, Productions 14, New York, 1962.
|Author/Editor||Ralph Maloney, Leo Summers|
|Dimensions||5 1/2 x 5 1/2|