Unearthed

There’s tar on our hands, / asphalt, pitch, / that carbon-black earth stick / only oil can soften, / then soap. // It came from below...

Marx in Soho: An Epilogue

In 1999, Howard Zinn published Marx in Soho, a play about Karl Marx returning from Heaven to clear his name. The curtain fell in Zinn's imagination. But the story continues here.

From Scientists to Salesmen

Noah Hutton's In Silico documents the rise and fall of the Human Brain Project—a 10-year, billion-euro failed attempt to simulate the human brain. The project's spectacular size serves as a magnifying lens held to the system at large...

Socialize the Lab

Laboratories are icons of scientific achievement and human progress, but like all historical processes, they are shaped by class conflicts. This article presents a critical history of the lab and plots a future toward socializing our means...

Note from the Editors

We invite readers to continue the conversation by sharing their thoughts after the critical rereading of China: Science Walking on Two Legs. Please send letters to the editor by emailing magazine@scienceforthepeople.org.

What is a Radical Analysis of Science?

What is a Radical Analysis of Science? New Directions for Science for the People By Helen Zhao Volume 22, Number 1, The Return of Radical Science In this first issue of Science for the People (SftP) since 1989, we revisit a foundational...

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A lot has changed in the worlds of science and publishing since Volume 21, Number 2 of Science for the People came off the presses in 1989.  Since that last issue, the absence of such a leading voice for radical science has enabled the...

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