Science for the People Magazine - 1974

Vol. 6 No. 1 (Jan 1974)
Under the Green Thumb: Imperialist Uses of Ecology
Population Control: Letters
Not Better Lives, Just Fewer People: The Ideology of Population Control
The Struggle Against Army Math: Trial of Karl Armstrong; Exposing Mil. Math; AMRC Papers
The Northeast Regional Conference
Cable TV

Vol. 6 No. 2 (Mar 1974)
A New Battle in an Old War
Unmasking the IQ Lie: IQ and Class Structure; What is the IQ Test?; Heritability, a Snow Job
Look What They’ve Done to My Score
A History of Eugenics in the Class Struggle
The Inherited Ideology of Science
One Battlefront
Science Teachers Report

Vol. 6 No. 3 (May 1974)
Genocide of the Mind
Violence Center: Psychotechnology for Repression
Prisoners’ Verdict: The Prisoners Are the Crime
Solitary is an Old Story
Now Kids…
Science for the People Activities
This Magazine Ends Where America Began

Vol. 6 No. 4 (July 1974)
Philippines the Next Vietnam?
Health Care: (Several Pieces)
Book Review: Complaints and Disorders – The Sexual Politics of Sickness
Fascist Junta Strangles Chilean Health Care
SftP Activist Rejects National Academy
Pushing Professionalism [or] Programming the Programmer
Science for the People Activities: (Several Pieces)
Science Teaching
Future Directions

Vol. 6 No. 5 (Sep 1974)
Science: Political and Personal
Women as Objects: Science and Sexual Politics
Book Review: Witches, Midwives, and Nurses: A History of Women Healers
Women’s Column: Natural Birth of a Women’s Group
Aiding Workers Struggles
Technicians and 1199
Health and Nutrition Column: What You Do/Don’t Know Can Harm You
XYY: Fact or Fiction?
Report from the Genetic Engineering Group
Science Teaching Column: Inside Prison Walls
First Our Land, Now Our Health
Report from the Boston Science Teaching Group
Something Old, Something New

Vol. 6 No. 6 (Nov 1974)
Evolution or Revolution: Lessons from Chile
Women Hospital Workers
Local 1199
Health and Nutrition Column: Is David Rockefeller Pissing His Calcium Away?
Book Review: China: Science Walks on Two Legs
Engineers and Unions
Computer Workers as Professionals
Reflections on the May Issue
Northeast Regional Committee Membership Survey and Conference Call