Tag - military

Indictment of Glenn T. Seaborg for the Crime of Science Against the People

SCIENCE AGAINST THE PEOPLE is a crime that in today's world has reached a scale unprecedented in history. For never before has the confluence of technological capability and the need to dominate affected so many people in so many parts of the world. You are guilty, Glenn T. Seaborg. of a conscious, major, self-serving...

A Scientific Visit to Hanoi

On a Wednesday morning at 7:30, I began a lecture to about a hundred Vietnamese students and professors in a bare room with a scratchy blackboard. My translator and I moved about a large wooden platform at the head of the room as we spoke. A microphone had been placed on the lectern, but neither of us used it. On our...

Peoples Science Projects for Vietnam

Science for the People activists in Chicago and racical faculty in the Division of Biological Sciences at the University of Chicago have begun a long-range effort to provide technical assistance to the people of Vietnam. A variety of projects are underway at this time, all of which were requested of scientific workers...

Who Are the Mad Bombers?

This chart is a sample of contracts for incendiary munitions awarded between July 1, 1968 and June 30, 1970. For a more complete listing of contracts, see the chart of incendiary munitions in the first edition of the NARMIC pamphlet "Local Action/Research Guide No. 1; Weapons for Counterinsurgency;...

Unemployment of Scientists and Engineers

Unemployment in the United States rose to 5.5% in September of this year and there is every indication that it will increase further. The last time a similiar level of unemployment prevailed was in the early sixties before the escalation of the Vietnam War. However, in today's situation a new dimension has been added...

Symposium at Virginia Military Institute

From my discussions with the cadets I soon learned that a surprising number of them were hostile to the military. Only 10% or so were planning to make it their career and others dreaded their two years obligatory service. Three cadets had been pepper-gassed in Washington. Most students I talked to could not explain...