Science for the People Magazine - 1980

Vol. 12 No. 1  (Jan-Feb 1980)
Reclaiming Reproductive Control: A Feminist Approach to Fertility Consciousness
Is there a Gay Gene? Does it Matter?
Textbook Sexism: Women in College Biology
Book Review: Contested Terrain
Blueprint for Disaster: Westinghouse Brings Nukes to the Philippines
Mailing Lists and Technophobia: Report from the Boston SftP Computer Group
Current Opinion: Two Viewpoints on Disarmament

Vol. 12 No. 2 (Mar-Apr 1980)
Danger: Women’s Work
Dying for a Job
Mass Psychogenic Illness
Industrial Genetic Screening
Molly Coye: Health Activist for the OCAW
Black Workers and Occupational Hazards
Nonionizing Radiation: Unsung Villain?
Review:  Death on the Job: Occupational Health and Safety Struggles in the United States, by Daniel Berman

Vol. 12 No. 3 (May-June 1980)
Cancer: Some Notes for Activists
The Risk of Cost/Benefit Analysis
Coke Over Cancer
The Politics of Cancer Research
Why There is No Cancer Prevention
Book Review: The Politics of Cancer, by Samuel S. Epstein

Vol. 12 No. 4 (July-Aug 1980)
Your Body or Your Job
The Pesticide Connection
Organizing for Job Safety
The Anti Nuclear Movement
From Eugenics to Population Control

Vol. 12 No. 5 (Sep-Oct 1980)
Biotechnology Becomes Big Business
Sowing the Seeds of Destruction
Perspectives on Biotechnology
Powerline Assaults the Prairie
Epoxy Boycott in Denmark
Dumping for Dollars
Vietnam War Legacy

Vol. 12 No. 6 (Nov-Dec 1980)
Old Bones Shatter Hunter Myths
Is a Fetus a Person?
The Politics of Female Genital Mutilation
People Unite for Survival
Mirrors of Reality
Book Review: The Bias of Science, by Brian Martin