“I Am a Radical, and So Are You”

During an open-mic comment session at the 2014 SftP conference, when entreated to reconsider using the word “radical,” for fears of misinterpretation and political isolation, Chandler stated unequivocally: “I am a radical, and so are you.”

Killing in the Name of Precision

Developed and perfected by Israel and the United States, the use of armed drones has expanded in military operations across the globe. But the geopolitical element of drone technology went back to World War I, and its development reveals...


Biology at Another Crossroads

Mainstream philosophy of science can no longer sideline dialectical materialism. A survey of nascent ideas across different fields in biology reveals the enduring legacy of Richard Lewontin.

Marxism, Science, and Science Studies

From the beginning, Marxism took science extremely seriously, not only for its economic promise in building a socialist society, but also for its revelatory power in understanding the world. Marxism has made the strongest claims of any...

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Science for the People (SftP), the most important radical science movement in US history, arose in 1969 out of the anti-war movement and lasted until 1989. With a Marxist analysis and non-hierarchical governing structure, SftP tackled...


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