Item #48938 CAVALIER

CAVALIER. Vol. 16, No. 157, July 1966.

New York: Fawcett Publications, Inc., 1966. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.

Item #48938

98pp., including covers,men's magazine featuring articles, fiction, interviews, and cartoons with a focus on modern lifestyles, culture and sexuality. Illustrated with color nude pictorials. This issue features an interview with Carol Doda, with pictures from her topless act; Dr. Timothy Leary on "The Politics and Ethics of Ecstasy," a talk given at Town Hall; Valerie Solanas' "For Two Cents: Pain" - how a young lady can survive the big city: the easiest way to be comfortable is flat on your back (written two years before her SCUM Manifesto); "The New Virginity" by Jules Siegel; articles and commentary by Ray Bradbury, Dick Gregory, Paul Krassner, Michael Harrington and Murray Kempton; and a special report on jazz, with articles on Roland Kirk, Ray Charles, Jazz in Church and Jazz on Campus by John Gabree, Patrick Walsh, Leonard Feather, Bob Abel and Don Heckman, and James L. Collier. Plus a Carnaby Street meets the Beatniks fashion spread; nude Donna Carom pictorial, reviews, and a lively letters page.

Price: $75.00