Science for the People Magazine - 1971

Vol. 3 No. 1 (Feb 1971)
Actions at Professional Society Meetings
SESPA Members Persecuted for Anti-War Work
More Readings
SESPA Tells It Like It Is: Opening Statement at AAA$ 1970
Chicago ’70 Actions: Review and Critique
Strangelove Award
Indictment of Seaborg for Crime of Science Against the People
Herbicide or Genocide – Which Cide Are They On
People’s Science
Majority View
People’s Peace Treaty
Actions at Polaroid
Black Revolutionary Scientific Worker Jailed Without Bail

Vol. 3 No. 2 (May 1971)
Social Impact of Modern Biology
Explicit Operational Program (272)
St. Louis Workers Respond to Layoffs with New Organization
Polaroid Struggle Lands at N.Y. APS Meeting
Polaroid Fires Workers – Struggle Continues
Repression Hits the Liberal Fan
Counter-Spy Committee
Discrimination at U. Mass – Woman Scientist Fights Back
Insurgent Press Grows Among Scientists and Engineers
Report from Berkeley SESPA
Statistics for the People
Peoples Science Projects for Vietnam
Help for Science Education in Cuba and Vietnam
Spring Actions

Vol. 3 No. 3 (July 1971)
Manipulation of Men for a War Economy
Actions at NSTA
Science Teaching: A Critique
Cancer: We Cause It, We Cure It!
Raytheon: The Tip of a Stolen Iceberg
A Scientific Visit to Hanoi
Science for Vietnam Conference
Class Struggle in the French Science Establishment

Vol. 3 No. 4 (Sep 1971)
Biological Science in China
Why I Resigned from the National Academy of Sciences
Engineers in the Working Class
Engineer Joint Council to “Study” Engineer Unemployment
Fighting the Police Computer System
Food Additives or 1 + 1 + 1 … Makes Money

Vol. 3 No. 5  (Nov 1971)
Ethnic Weapons
Theater of the Absurd
Woods Hole – Seeing the Forest and Trees
Science for Vietnam
Worship and the Dangerous Life
Statistics for the People
Liberation in the Liberation
But What About those Lamb Chops?