Tag - editorial practice

Future Directions for Science for the People

SftP magazine began as an outgrowth of the antiwar movement and since its inception in August 1970, has appeared regularly and dependably every two months. As the anti-war movement faded and political perspectives have deepened the magazine has tended to reflect these changes. During these few years, SftP has been the...

About This Issue

When we first came together to discuss the focus of this issue, our feeling was that, of late, the magazine had been pretty theoretical. We wanted our issue to be more of a political tool, to focus on the strategy and tactics of people's daily struggles. We particularly wanted practical articles, articles on political...

Forge Better Words

With this issue Science for the People (SftP) begins its fourth year of publication. It is fitting at this time to review our progress over the past several years, to report on re-organizational efforts under way, and to look to possibilities for the future. While the last couple years have witnessed an...