Playboy Magazine, July 1974 - Interview with Barry Commoner, History of Organized Crime, Roald Dahl, and more.

July 9, 2023 in PlayBoy 70s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, July 1974

July 1974 issue of Playboy offers a rich mix of content with an interview with environmentalist Barry Commoner, delving into his ideas and perspectives. Roald Dahl's fiction 'Bitch' is a highlight, along with a pictorial titled 'Viva Vega!'.

The issue also continues with its series on the history of organized crime, providing an intriguing look into America's criminal past. Readers can enjoy a humorous section of party jokes, as well as a variety of other features like fashion advice in 'Shirt Tale', modern living insights in 'Glug, Blub, Snap!', and the ribald classic 'The Devil Rides Behind'. The magazine also showcases the 'Playmate of the Month' and a pictorial of Alberto Vargas' iconic work. This issue offers a blend of humor, interviews, pictorials, and articles that could be of interest to collectors and those curious about pop culture and societal perspectives during the mid-1970s.

Vintage magazine stores or online platforms may have copies of this issue for purchase.

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