New York: the monthly, November, 1966. 24p., newsprint magazine, a bit browned, with some wear on top edge and lower corners.
Cover story features photo of Ronald Reagan (in the company of a blackface mannequin), concerns the electableness of film and other media celebrities. Author John M. Anderson recounts an election party hosted by Joseph Levine and attended by Steve Reeves, Stanley Kramer, Abby Mann, Carroll Baker; "Almost immediately, it was apparent to his guests that Levine was interested in only one contest : Pierre Salinger versus George Murphy." // Also find a report from Cuba, 2p. Guindon cartooning, 2p. LSD manufacture by students on college campuses, Bruce Jay Friedman and Mel Juffe on black & white sex, and a one-pager on being short of stature Krassner was particularly anxious to publish.