Playboy’s November 1964 issue dives into politics, culture, fashion, and humor. The highlight is a candid interview with Governor George Wallace, offering insights into his political views and persona. The issue also includes an enlightening panel discussion on America's cultural explosion.
Literature enthusiasts can indulge in fictional works such as “Naked in Xanadu” by Ray Russell and “The Pirates of Padre Island” by Michael O’Connell. Car enthusiasts will appreciate "The Playboy Cars-1965" by Ken W. Purdy, which showcases the latest automobiles. Moreover, the issue features a pictorial essay on the Girls of Germany, articles on art investment by J. Paul Getty, and a humorous take on Whistler's Mother in The Playboy Art Gallery. This eclectic issue caters to a broad spectrum of interests.
Collectors and enthusiasts can find this issue in vintage magazine shops or through online platforms specializing in vintage publications. Digital versions may also be available.