About This Issue

ABOUT THIS ISSUE

By the Editorial Collective

‘Science for the People’ Vol. 2, No. 4, December 1970, p. 2

Vol. II, No. 4 of Science for the People is the largest, and we think best, issue so far. In keeping with our desire to serve political action needs there are articles on some of the problems that will be (and some that won’t be) raised at the AAA$ meetings in Chicago, December 26-30, 1970, such as the history of AAA$, unemployment, birth control.

We have received many letters of comment or inquiry from people all over the country, especially from smaller cities, from industrially employed scientists and engineers and from people in the universities. Some representative letters are reprinted in this issue.

We would like the magazine to be responsive to the needs of our readers and members. Make Science for the People your magazine by sending articles, reports of activities and critical commentary to:

Science for the People, Box 59, Arlington Heights, Mass. 02175

EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE: Jane Contreas, Britta Fischer, David Jhirad, Colleen Meier, Jim Moore, Jim Newsreel, Claus Offe, John Walsh, Alphabet

CONTRIBUTORS: Rita Arditti, Claire Huga, Cynthia Kneen, AI Weinrub, Herb Fox, Paolo
Strigini, Gerald Stone

 

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