Playboy Magazine, April 1976

July 10, 2023 in PlayBoy 70s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, April 1976

The April 1976 issue of Playboy Magazine opens with an intriguing feature on a revolutionary movement taking root in America, with a bold call to "Defy the IRS!". This reflects Playboy's daring spirit in presenting controversial topics, providing food for thought on the economic and political issues of the day.

A new Sherlock Holmes novel is introduced, showcasing the magazine's commitment to literature and mystery, alongside a feature on Ursula Andress, marking her triumphant return to the spotlight with a tasteful pictorial spread that is sure to enthrall readers.

The issue also includes a captivating interview with the then-enigmatic young Governor of California, Jerry Brown, offering a revealing look into his political vision and strategies. It’s a noteworthy insight into the historical political landscape of the mid-70s.

In the music section, the issue features the 1976 poll winners and newsmakers, keeping readers in the loop with the dynamic music scene. Lastly, a feature story titled "How Adam Lost His Virginity" adds a touch of humor and curiosity, demonstrating Playboy's unique blend of lighthearted and thought-provoking content.

Copies of this issue may be available from vintage magazine stores or online platforms.

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