Playboy Magazine, June 1984

July 15, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, June 1984

The June 1984 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a captivating mix of candid conversations, thought-provoking articles, attractive pictorials, humor, and practical lifestyle advice.

In this issue, the Playboy Interview features a revealing conversation with Jesse Jackson, a significant figure in American civil rights activism and politics. Jackson's candid discussion on his life, beliefs, and political aspirations provides readers with a unique insight into his charismatic personality and influential career.

"My Life in Pinstripes," a memoir by Reggie Jackson, in collaboration with Mike Lupica, provides an intimate look into the life and career of one of baseball's legendary figures.

The issue is enriched by the stunning "Emmanuelle IV" pictorial and the announcement of the Playmate of the Year. The Playmate of the Month, "Renaissance Woman," adds to the visual appeal of the issue.

"Dressed for the Quest," an attire-focused feature, offers readers practical advice on fashion. On a more humorous note, "Free Money" by Jerry Sullivan and David Standish gives readers a light-hearted break.

"Skank or Die," an article by Charles M. Young, explores a contemporary topic, while John Mariani's "Critics' Choice: 25 Greatest Restaurants" provides a comprehensive guide for the gourmet. Andrew Tobias's "Quarterly Reports: Best Investment Books" is a must-read for those interested in finance.

Fred Ferretti's article, "Grand Prix De Monaco," will delight fans of motor racing, while "20 Questions: Siskel and Ebert" offers an inside look into the world of two renowned film critics.

As always, Playboy's Party Jokes and the Bernard and Huey satire offer a good laugh, while the Playboy Funnies add an additional touch of humor.

The June 1984 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase on various online platforms and at select vintage magazine stores.

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