Playboy Magazine, August 1970 Issue

July 6, 2023 in PlayBoy 70s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, August 1970 Issue

The August 1970 issue of Playboy Magazine is an eclectic mix that offers something for everyone. At the forefront is a candid interview with Dr. Paul Ehrlich, a renowned biologist and author, where he presumably discusses his views on population, resources, and the environment.

Fiction enthusiasts will find “A Small Death in the Rue de Rennes,” likely a gripping short story, along with other fictional works such as “The Sign.” There’s also “Myra Goes Hollywood,” a pictorial essay that may offer visuals and insights into Hollywood life or a particular personality. The issue takes a serious turn with “The Last Magician,” an article that might delve into a historical or contemporary theme. It also addresses the controversial topic of drugging someone's drink in “Just Slip This Into Her Drink.” For humor, readers will find the regular “Playboy’s Party Jokes.” Additionally, it has lifestyle and fashion articles like “On With The Shoe,” which probably looks at the shoe trends at the time. The financial-minded aren’t left out with “Playboy Plays the Bond Market,” likely giving insights on bond investments.

If you are looking to get a copy of this issue, you can search through second-hand bookstores, browse online marketplaces such as eBay, or consult websites specializing in vintage magazines. Additionally, digital versions might be available for those who prefer reading on electronic devices.

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