Playboy's June 1972 issue features an intimate candid conversation with racing legend Jackie Stewart.
Readers are treated to two fiction pieces, "Falling Rocks, Narrowing Road, Cul-de-sac, Stop" and "A Gentleman's Game for Reasonable Stakes." A pictorial essay uncovers the allure of French literary ladies, and "Kennedy Rising" offers a personality profile. The issue also includes articles on Hollywood's resurgence and effective leadership, a pictorial on love, and another on the Playmate of the Year. It also caters to humor, fashion, food, and more.
This issue might be of interest to collectors and those curious about pop culture and societal perspectives during the early 1970s. Vintage magazine stores or online platforms may have copies of this issue for purchase.