Playboy Magazine, November 1968 Issue

July 6, 2023 in PlayBoy 60s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, November 1968 Issue

The November 1968 issue of Playboy Magazine features a range of interesting articles and interviews. There is an article titled "Instant Electorate" by Robert Sherrill, which might explore political themes of the time.

Madison Avenue, famous for advertising, is the subject of an "Undress Parade" feature which might delve into the behind-the-scenes aspects of the advertising industry. There's an interview with Don Rickles, a popular comedian known for his insult comedy, which is described as “wild”, probably reflecting his humorous and vibrant personality. “Astropolis: The First Space Resort” could be a speculative or futuristic article about space tourism and recreational activities beyond Earth. The issue discusses the emergence of nudity on stage in "The Theater's Nude Revolution" and there’s an article on "Personality Control" by Ernest Havemann which likely explores the psychology behind personality and behavioral modification. Additionally, the issue features contributions from acclaimed writers J.P. Donleavy and Robert Crichton.

Those interested in this issue can check vintage magazine stores, online platforms like eBay, or websites specializing in classic publications. It might also be available in digital format for a more convenient reading experience.

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