The November 1970 issue of Playboy Magazine comes packed with political and cinematic content. A notable highlight is Playboy’s evaluation of the major political candidates of 1970, providing readers with insights into the political landscape of the time.
Additionally, this issue features an interview with Elliott Gould, a popular actor known for his roles in MAS*H and The Long Goodbye. Ramsey Clark, the former Attorney General of the United States, shares his thoughts and concerns regarding the state of prisons in an in-depth article. Furthermore, the issue includes an extensive twelve-page exploration of the portrayal of sex in contemporary cinema, shedding light on the evolution of cinematic storytelling and sensuality.
Collectors or individuals seeking to acquire this issue can search through vintage magazine stores or online marketplaces. Additionally, digital versions might be accessible for those who prefer an electronic format.