The November 2002 issue of Playboy covers a wide range of topics from international security to party culture and economics.
In 'Al Qaeda At Home, Our Home', Leopold Froehlich brings forth an interview with terror expert Rohan Gunaratna, who shares alarming insights into Islamic fundamentalism and how its followers manage to hide within American borders.
'Playboy's Top 25 Party Schools', by Alison Prato, presents a compilation of outrageous stories from campuses across the country, as narrated by the students themselves.
In 'Lou Dobbs: Is the Market Hopeless?', David Sheff interviews CNN's Moneyline expert, Lou Dobbs, about the state of the economy, the impact of September 11, corporate deceit, his opinions on George W. Bush and CNN, and his predictions about the Dow's future.
Ben Mezrich's 'Bringing Down The House' narrates the thrilling story of a team of MIT math students who outsmarted Vegas's biggest casinos, enjoying their fortunes until luck abandoned them.
'Centerfolds on Sex' features Jodi Ann Paterson sharing intimate tips about adding a spice of kitchen adventure to your romantic life.
In '20Q', Mark Ribowsky talks to Marshall Faulk, the St. Louis Rams superstar, about the team's unexpected Super Bowl loss, his relationship with the coach, and his secret to success.
Steve Amick's 'Swallowing' shares a humorous yet cautionary tale about a wild night that ended in a hospital visit.
Finally, David Sheff interviews legendary singer and songwriter Willie Nelson, who discusses his life, patriotism, poverty, and views on marijuana.
The Playboy Magazine, November 2002 issue, continues Playboy's tradition of offering a blend of serious, humorous, and thought-provoking articles and interviews, alongside the usual features. Available online and in select stores.