Article: 19910701119

Title: Next Month

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"Uncle Sam takes a snooze"--Why do we encourage revolt against tyrants and then abandon our rebel pals?--A memoir by Playboy's Men Columnist, Asa Baber
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"Uncle Sam takes a snooze"--Why do we encourage revolt against tyrants and then abandon our rebel pals?--A memoir by Playboy's Men Columnist, Asa Baber


"Vegas Winner"--Our August playmate, Corinna Harney, comes up aces in a town full of players


"Back-to-the-Future Stuff"--Holographic food, liquid sunglasses and self-parking cars are among The Galaxy of Gadgets that will be coming to stores near you by the year 2002--Excerpted from the book by Malcolm Abrams and Harriet Bernstein


Robert Downey, Jr., Takes a stand on Bret Easton Ellis' latest contribution, reveals the most regrettable thing he has ever done and tells us why David Letterman fills him with dread in a zany "20 Questions"


"Boomtown"--Life on an oil rig leads to a face-off between two men, one with a knife and one in a rage--Fiction by Craig Vetter


"California Dreamin'"--A pictorial of gorgeous women from the hot sands of the golden state

"Lenny Bruce: The One and Only"--Once in a generation comes a comic with the power to change people's views of their culture. That's what Lenny did with his furiously funny, acerbic shtick. A Playboy Profile--By Joe Morgenstern


"The Men from D.A.R.P.A."--How the pentagon's little-known band of technological green berets put us over the top in the Persian Gulf--By John Sedgwick


Daryl Gates, The besieged Los Angeles police chief, talks about the scandal that has rocked his department and offers heated opinions about drugs and crime in a don't-miss Playboy Interview


Playboy's indispensable golf package includes the ultimate lesson, the latest on target golf and an interview with America's favorite swinger, Lee Trevino


Plus: "Playboy's Automotive Report," by Ken Gross; "Great Bowls of Fire"--From Tex-Mex to Cajun, from Szechwan to Thai, spicy food adds flavor to America's dining tastes, by John Oldcastle; and much, much more

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